What is the term used for a fake wall on the front of a commercial building that is higher than the roof?
- Anonymous7 months ago
My old prof used to call them 'Dodge City' sets but they are simply 'False Fronts' - a facade that is independent of the architecture of the rest of the building.
- mermelizLv 77 months ago
Oh, back in 1992, I built a 10x10 shed in my back yard to look like an old western building. That design is called a "False Front".
- 7 months ago
still haven't gotten the right answer. A façade is wrong.
- bluebellbkkLv 77 months ago
It could be 'facade' or it could be 'curtain wall'.
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- Sir CausticLv 67 months ago
Anyone else going to say the F word? Go on! You know you want to!!!.........
- John AldenLv 77 months ago
Façade is it's name.
- dtstellwagenLv 77 months ago
Usually a Facade, the whole perimeter of a flat roof would be a Parapet.
- KaleyKLv 77 months ago
How about ..... Facade