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The Quinn SG @ Bartley Road SG - A Prominent French Architecture Infused Contempo Finishing

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Thu, 4 Jul 2013

The Quinn Condo

@ Bartley Road Singapore a collection of 139 apartment is Inspired by France Indochina Style.The Quinn recalls the charmed live of ease and elegance associated with France Indochina.

Set amidst the tranquil Bartley neighbourhood, The Quinn combines the distinctiveness of France Indochina style iconic architecture with the latest in sophisticated interior design. The Quinn offers you a contemporary yet classic home that will remain timeless in its beauty, form and function.

The Quinn Condo Facade

is distinguished from other residences by distinct Mansard roof together with louvered aluminium windows against sleek glass and simple iron railings. More than that, prominent pilasters and generous planters confer privacy on elevated balconies and the large frontage preserves quiet, minimalist allure for its inhabitants. All creates the romantic Quinn Condo with a refined aesthetic.

Mansard Roof

A Mansard or Mansard Roof (also called a French roof or curb roof) is a four-sided gambrel-style hip roof characterized by two slopes on each of its sides with the lower slope, punctured by dormer windows, at a steeper angle than the upper.The steep roof with windows creates an additional floor of habitable space,(a garret), and reduces the overall height of the roof for a given number of habitable storeys. The upper slope of the roof may not be visible from street level when viewed from close proximity to the building.

Why Did The Quinn introduce Mansard Roof?

the quinn mansard sectionBeside adding a touch french architecture, the Mansard style makes maximum use of the interior space of the attic and offers a simple way to add one or more storeys to an existing (or new) building without necessarily requiring any masonry.Often the decorative potential of the Mansard is exploited through the use of convex or concave curvature and with elaborate dormer window surrounds.


Pilaster

The Quinn condo Pilaster

A pilaster is a slightly projecting column built into or applied to the face of a wall. Most commonly flattened or rectangular in form, pilasters can also take a half-round form or the shape of any type of column, including tortile. Rounded examples are more often called engaged columns.

In discussing Leon Battista Alberti's use of pilasters, which Alberti reintroduced into wall-architecture, Rudolf Wittkower wrote, "The pilaster is the logical transformation of the column for the decoration of a wall. It may be defined as a flattened column which has lost its three-dimensional and tactile value."

A pilaster appears with a capital and entablature, also in "low-relief" or flattened against the wall.

The pilaster is an architectural element in classical architecture used to give the appearance of a supporting column and to articulate an extent of wall, with only an ornamental function. In contrast, an engaged column or buttress can support the structure of a wall and roof above.

Pilasters often appear on the sides of a door frame or window opening on the facade of a building, and are sometimes paired with columns

or pillars set directly in front of them at some distance away from the wall, which support a roof structure above, such as a portico. These vertical elements can also be used to support a recessed archivolt around a doorway. The pilaster can be replaced by ornamental brackets supporting the entablature or a balcony over a doorway.

The fashion of using this element from Ancient Greek and Roman architecture was adopted in the Italian Renaissance, gained wide popularity with Greek Revival architecture, and continues to be seen in some modern architecture.

 

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