An arch is a curved masonry construction for spanning an opening.
A bracket is a support, as of metal or wood, projecting from a wall or the like to hold or bear the weight of a shelf, part of a cornice.
A buttress is any external prop or support built to steady a structure by opposing its outward thrusts, especially a projecting support built into or against the outside of a masonry wall.
A chair rail is a molding on an interior wall for preventing the backs of chairs from rubbing against plaster.
A chimney is a structure, usually vertical, containing a passage or flue by which the smoke, gases.
A column is a decorative pillar, most often composed of stone and typically having a cylindrical or polygonal shaft with a capital and usually a base.
A column capital is a decretive top to a column.
A corbel is a short horizontal timber supporting a girder.
A cupola is a light structure on a dome or roof, serving as a belfry, lantern, or belvedere.
A dormer is a vertical window in a projection built out from a sloping roof.
Eaves are the overhanging lower edge of a roof.
A façade is the front of a building, especially an imposing or decorative one.
A fanlight is a window over a door or another window, especially one having the form of a semicircle or of half an ellipse.
A finial is a relatively small, ornamental, terminal feature at the top of a gable, pinnacle, etc.
A floor plan is a diagram of one room, apartment, or entire floor of a building, usually drawn to scale.
A fluting is something having ornamental grooves, as a Greek column.
A frieze is any decorative band on an outside wall, broader than a stringcourse and bearing lettering, sculpture, etc.
A lintel is a horizontal architectural member supporting the weight above an opening, as a window or a door.
Masonry is cement blocks, clay blocks, brick blocks, that form the exterior of a building
A molding is a strip of wood, stone, uniform cross sections for the full length and a strikingly modeled profile that casts strong shadows: used on frames, tables, etc., and certain architectural members, as cornices, stringcourses, or bases.
A mullion is a vertical member, as of stone or wood, between the lights of a window, the panels in wainscoting, or the like.
A parapet is an elevation raised above the main wall or rampart of a permanent fortification.
A pediment is typically triangular with a horizontal cornice and raking cornices, surmounting a colonnade, an end wall, or a major division of a façade.
A pendant an ornament suspended from a roof, vault, or ceiling.
A pilaster is a shallow rectangular feature projecting from a wall, having a capital and base and usually imitating the form of a column.
A pillar is an upright shaft or structure, of stone, brick, or other material, any upright, supporting part; post.
A porch is an exterior appendage to a building, forming a covered approach or vestibule to a doorway.
A portico is a structure consisting of a roof supported by columns or piers, usually attached to a building as a porch.
A quoin is a wedge-shaped piece of wood, stone, or other material, used for any of various purposes.
A rafter is a series of timbers, usually having apronounced slope, for
supporting the sheathing and covering of a roof.
A roof is the external upper covering of a house or other building.
A sill is a shelf at the bottom of a window inside a room.
A stoop is a small raised platform, approached by steps and sometimes having a roof and seats, at the entrance of a house; a small porch.
Stucco is an exterior finish for masonry or frame walls, usually composed of cement, sand, and hydrated lime mixed with water and laid on wet.
A tower is a building or structure high in proportion to its lateral dimensions, either isolated or forming part of a building.
Transom light is a crosspiece separating a door or the like from a window or fanlight above it.
Wainscot is wood, especially oak and usually in the form of paneling, for lining interior walls.