In Architecture, Beton brut was first used by the modern architect’s Auguste Perret and Le Corbusier. The term “Beton Brut” was also coined by Le Corbusier (Futurist Architect) during the construction of the United Habitation in Marseille, France built-in 19
The belfry is a structure enclosing bells for ringing as part of a building, usually as part of a bell tower or steeple. It can also refer to the entire tower or building, particularly in continental Europe for such a tower attached to a city hall or other civic building. A belfry is a common feature in old churches.
A barrel vault is a simple form of a vault or an extruded arch. Barrel vaults are a continuous extrusion through some vaults feature ornamentation along the surface instead of a plain extrusion. It is also known as tunnel vault and wagon vault. The curves are typically circular, lending a semi-cylindrical appearance to the design
An atrium is a large open-air or skylight-covered space in any interior volume of a building. Atriums are similar to interior courtyards but they are typically enclosed and conditioned as opposed to open to the elements. These spaces are often a major feature and shared space in a building.