Bay windows with a flat front and angled sides (i.e. not curved).
Examples of canted bay windows.
Brickwork refined or shaped by a craftsman.
Examples of gauged brickwork.
A roof where all sides slope down to the walls.
Example of a hipped roof with weatherboarding.
Where an upper floor projects or juts out beyond the floor below.
Example of jettied buildings.
A roof which slopes in two stages, with the lower slope angled more steeply than the upper slope. Typically such a roof would house an attic space.
Example of a Mansard roof.
These were used to face timber buildings in the 18th and early 19th centuries. The idea was that they resembled brickwork but were cheaper. They came in several colours, such as black, cream, terracotta, blue, maroon and actual brick colour.
Example of black mathematical tiling.
Decorative gable, often supported by columns, over a door or window.
Example of a pediment over windows.
A pilaster is an often ornate column built into the face of a wall: i.e. it is not free-standing.
Example of pilasters.