08.06.11 by Nick Sayes

Architectural Term of the Day 003

Keeping everyone on their toes Cam tests the office on the meaning of obscure Architectural terminology.

TODAYS TERM: LAY (light, lay)

“Window or sash, fixed horizontally in a ceiling, to admit light to a room from a skylight or other light located above ceiling level.” glossary of building terms, standards nz.

Comments from the floor – excellent for viewing your dead fly collection

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