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Architecture Puzzler #177

What do the terms Ovolo, Cavetto, Thumb, Venetian, Beak, Scotia, and Torus all refer to? What is the fundamental difference between Scotia and Torus?


 

Question from Last Week:
Architecture Puzzler #176

“Reverse Auctioning” is a bidding technique used by the Pennsylvania Department of General Services for a project several years ago. Can you describe how it works?  

Answer to Puzzler #176


 

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