midwall column

Isaac Kremer/ May 10, 2019/ / 0 comments

A column or the like which carried a part of a wall much thicker than its own diameter and which, therefore, stands about halfway between the face and the back of the wall, its axis being about the same as the axis of the wall. In some Medieval styles, slender columns are seen carrying very thick walls which rest upon them, and this disposition affects greatly the general design. (Jones, 1992)

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