Alfarje

Alfarje (meaning paneled ceiling) is a type of horizontal wooden ceiling primarily found in Islamic and Spanish Moorish architecture. The ceiling structure is made through a series of beams called girders, sometimes intricately carved and stylized. Notable buildings using the alfarje include Alcazar Palace, the Mosque of Cordoba, the Alhambra Pala...
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Alfarje

In architecture, an alfarje is an interior timber framework supporting the roof of Islamic Moorish buildings, The structural members were decorated with carved mouldings and interlacing lathes were used to make decorative geometrical patterns known as 'laceria'.
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