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A roof with a sharp edge or edges from the ridge to the eaves where the two sides meet.
- ‘With its adobe walls and Dutch hip roof, the home borrows from both Sonoran and Territorial styles.’
- ‘The hip roof with four chimneys, for example, duplicates the roof of Charles Symonds's house.’
- ‘The present hip roofs did not belong there, and the new proposals are further detrimental to the area's appearance.’
- ‘A large red hip roof barn will be developed into a central gathering place for recreation, food and drinks.’
- ‘It was often built from timber, pisé, wattle-and-daub, slab, or other local materials, rather than brick or stone, and with a hipped roof of thatch or shingle.’
- ‘It may be that the change in form and lack of central posts reflect a shift from a hip roof with interior roof supports to a gable roof with a large central beam support.’
- ‘In the spirit of the colonial revival, they replaced the Victorian era mansard roof with a hip roof with dormers.’
- ‘All that is then missing is the end opposite the hip roof.’
- ‘Like Feature 7 at the Vaughn Branch site, it contained a central post, reflecting a gable or hip roof construction.’
- ‘It is a two-story square colonial with a double hip roof.’
- ‘Like most of their Mississippian predecessors, they were of wall-trench construction and are interpreted as having had gable or hip roofs.’
- ‘Principal Planning Officer Martin Sellens said an ideal resolution for both sides was to have a hipped roof on the end of the flats block overlooking existing properties.’
- ‘The apartment building was extensively rebuilt in 1994/95 and the existing hipped roof was replaced by a Mansard type roof to provide an additional floor.’
- ‘There were gable roofs, modified Dutch hips and even pagoda-style curved hip roofs.’
- ‘The hip roof is punctuated with four tall chimneys, and at the base of the elaborate cornice is a finely carved rope molding.’
- ‘The centre will receive a new hipped roof to replace the sixties style roof, and the different floor levels inside will be brought onto one level so that disabled access will be easier and the premises will be wheelchair friendly.’
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