Noun(1) structure consisting of a row of evenly spaced columns(2) a structure composed of a series of arches supported by columns
(1) Near the site museum is a row of truncated columns, part of the colonnade of a portico belonging to the forum.(2) The sight lines leading to the colonnade and entablature of the Parliament are left unobstructed.(3) The rest of the structure is of bamboo: poles 80 to 100 mm in diameter are lashed together with rattan or connected by bolts to form roof trusses and the colonnade .(4) The reconstruction included the massive ornamental pylons with round balconies, classical columns, and a semicircular colonnade set on piers along the north and south sides(5) Concrete also stars in a colonnade of poured-in-place columns that runs along three of the courtyard's sides.(6) This screen of timber and steel shades the interiors and forms a colonnade running through the public facilities - exhibition, gallery, function, and cafe - to the new quadrangle.(7) Park guided viewers through the next gallery with a colonnade of arches made of clear or translucent reinforced vinyl.(8) The triangular prismatic columns of the new colonnade restate this quality in geometry that invokes the cathedral's name.(9) The rhythm of its open colonnade is echoed in that of the hall across the court.(10) There's the Parthenon, built in 446 B.C., with its colonnade of Doric columns extending around the periphery of the entire structure.(11) One should perceive a bit further in the distance the colonnade forming the peristyle of the temple of Berecynthia.(12) The traditional gallery house had covered spaces that opened to the outside through a colonnade or arcade.(13) The old Getty in Malibu had been modelled after a Roman villa, all colonnades and porticos, and the new one, too, is full of Europeanate historical references.(14) Domes of turquoise and eggshell, arches and colonnades , all arranged with effortless rhythm and elegance.(15) Roman cities thrived on unplanned diversity - colonnaded buildings around the forum at the heart of each town were used as shops, meeting rooms and places of work and recreation.(16) There is space for sitting at the inner plaza's center and dark, cool shade under colonnades at its edges.
1. row of columns ::
2. portico ::
3. gallery ::
4. stoa ::
5. peristyle ::
6. arcade ::
Different Formscolonnade, colonnaded, colonnades
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