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A gabion is a wall constructed of galvanized steel baskets filled with rock. Flexible...
A gabion is a wall constructed of galvanized steel baskets filled with rock. Flexible in its size and appearance, it withstands pressure without cracking, conforms to ground movement, drains freely and can be shaped, tapered, curved or terraced.
Gable Roof
A gable roof is one of the most common roof types, with two triangular gable ends and a single ridge between two sloping roof panels. A gable roof allows water and snow to run off while providing attic space on the interior.
Garden Folly
A fantastical building with little use, a garden folly is intended as an extravagant hoax. This architectural element is usually in the form of a tower, castle, bridge, pagoda or temple, sometimes in ruins and always purely as decoration....
Gazebo
A gazebo is an open structure with a roof, similar to a summer house or a pavilion, with open sides for taking in the scenery of the garden.
Georgian Style
Georgian style started in London in the early 18th century — its name comes from the four King Georges who ruled England until 1830. The style is an English interpretation of the Renaissance, and Georgian houses in the United States from the same period...
GFRC
GFRC stands for glass fiber reinforced concrete. Reinforced concrete typically has steel rods and mesh that give the material tensile strength (concrete is good in compression, not tension). But GFRC has glass fibers instead of steel, meaning the concrete...
Gilt
Gilt is a thin covering of gold over a surface. Gilded objects have a luster very similar to that of solid gold, though they're infinitely more affordable. To gild an object by hand requires gold leaf and glue, though gold powder, paint, electroplating...
Glulam
Glulam is the nickname for glue-laminated wood. Thin sheets of wood are pressure bonded with waterproof adhesives, resulting in a timber material that is stronger than conventional woodcan cover longer spans, since it is stress engineered and not sawn...
Greek Revival Style
Think Greek (architecture, that is), and columns should come to mind. More than 2,000 years ago, the Greeks developed three orders of columns: Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian. Each column had a base, shaft and capital, and each order was decorated and proportioned...
Grove
A grove is a small grouping of trees, striking in its appearance due to the lack of undergrowth. A grove can be found naturally in the landscape or planted as an orchard or part of a designed landscape feature. In the U.K. a grove is a circular street,...
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