Lesene

A lesene – also called a pilaster strip – is an architectural term for a narrow, low-relief, vertical pillar in a wall. It resembles a pilaster, but does not have a base or capital. == Function == Lesenes are used in architecture to divide a facade or other wall surface optically, albeit - unlike pilasters - without a base or capital. Their fu...
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lesene

a pilaster strip without a base or capital
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Lesene

In architecture, a lesene is a vertical strip resembling a pilaster, but without either a base or a capitol. Lesenes are a feature of Anglo-Saxon and Romanesque architecture.
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Lesene

Pilaster-strip.
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