Arch: A curved symmetrical structure spanning an opening and typically supporting the weight of a bridge, roof or wall above it
Chair Rail: Molding on a wall around a room to protect the wall from being damaged by the backs of chairs
Column Capital: Mediates between the column and the load, brooding columns supporting surface
Dormer: A window that projects vertically from a sloping roof.
Fanlight: A small semicircular or rectangle window over a door or another window
Fluting: A groove or set of grooves forming a surface decoration
Parapet: A low protective wall along the edge of a roof, bridge, balcony
Pilaster: A rectangular column, one projecting from a wall
Portico: A structure consisting of a roof supported by columns at regular intervals, typically attached as a porch
Roof: Structure forming the upper covering of a building or vehicle
Stucco: Fine plaster used for coating wall surfaces or molding into architectural decorations.
Wainscot: Area of wooden paneling on lower parts of the walls of a room.
Brackets: A support projecting from a wall or the smoke and carry off.
Chimney: Vertical structure containing a passage of smoke and carry off.
Corbel: A projection jutting out from a wall support a structure above it.
Eaves: Part of a roof meets or overhangs the walls of a building
Finial: Ornament at the top, end or corner of an object
Friez: Broad horizontal band of sculpted or painted decoration, on wall near ceiling
Molding: Ornamentally shaped outline as an architectural feature
Pediment: Triangular upper part of the front of a building in classical style
Pillar: Tall vertical structure, stone, wood or metal, support a building
Quoins: External angle of a wall or building
Sill: Shelf at the foot of a window or doorway
Tower: Tall narrow building either freestanding or part of building
Butress: A projecting support of stone or brick built against a wall
Column: Upright pillar supporting a structure
Cupola: Small dome adoring a roof or ceiling
Façade: The face of a building, exterior
Floor Plan: Scale diagram of rooms in one story of a building
Lintel: Horizontal support of timber, stone, concrete across the top of a door or window
Mullions: Vertical Bar between the panes of glass in a window
Pendant: Hanging downward
Rafters: One of several beams extending from the waves to the park of a roof and constitution its framework
Stoop: Bend one’s head or body forward and downward
Transom Light: Flat Surface forming the stern of a vessel