Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

Standing in close proximity to one another but not in contact; said of columns when more than two are brought near together, especially in the case of the compound piers of Gothic architecture, where a central column or pier has small shafts set a few inches from it, as especially in Salisbury cathedral. Such a pier is described as consisting of grouped shapes. (Sturgis, 1900)

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