Some workers had found her dead in her tiny mansard apartment.
Arch; pediment; Ionic, Doric and Corinthian columns; ornamental motifs such as dentils and scrolls; and types of roofs such as mansard , pyramidal, domed and gabled.
There was a classic late - 60s early 70s apartment complex slumping under a heavy mansard roof ; it was called ‘Pleasant View,’ and it overlooked a heap of dirt.
The flat fourth story is crowned by an emphatic cornice, above which is a tall mansard roof sheltering two more stories.
These include the mansard roof , cornicing and wrought ironwork to the 1853 facade.
The first version of the house he designed for James McNeill Whistler was rejected by the Metropolitan Board of Works but, even so, the finished product in white brick with a high, green-tiled mansard roof has the austerity of Modernism.
One of B.A.'s most exclusive neighborhoods, the Recolita, especially resembles Paris with mansard roofs and carved stone facades.
On a drive around the county's back roads, the sheriff pointed to new house after new house, some with mansard roofs , some with Palladian windows, that he said were built with drug profits.
The house, near to the junction with Tor Avenue, was built more than 50 years ago with rendered walls and a red tiled mansard roof .
The buildings were combined and rebuilt from the third floor down and the original mansards reshaped into a single half barrel-vaulted roof.