Halpace

• (n.) See Haut pas.
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Halpace

Hal'pace (hăl'pās) noun (Architecture) See Haut pas .
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Halpace

In architecture a halpace is a raised floor in a bay-window, before a fire-place, or in similar situations. The floors in such places are often a step higher than the rest in old English houses. The term halpace is also given to the dais in a hall and also to a raised stage or platform, and a landing in a flight of stairs.
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