Ceiling Fan. Wednesday , December 13th , 2017 - 07:29:54 AM
The rib vault came about in medieval times, where builders set up diagonal ribs first and then built the vaulted ceilings on these. And the fan vault is a fancy, filled-out version of the rib vault, in which the lower portion of the arch forms the smallest part of an open fan and the upper part extends outward like an open fan. (Check out Encyclopedia Britannica for more information on vaulted ceilings.)
It's summer now and the weather is perfect for this time of year. But every now and then it's too hot and you want to cool the air in your house somehow. I have small kids, so I prefer not to use air conditioning because I consider it dangerous for their health. That is why I use a ceiling fan, which is both effective and fun. It is fun and perfect for the kids room because it is all colourful and nice, just like this Pinwheel Ceiling Fan by Quorum.
Vaulted ceilings are known, formally and informally, by many names in modern design (such as cathedral ceilings, raised ceilings, high ceilings, to name a few). The concept behind vaulted ceilings, however, stems back hundreds of years. Let's take a closer look at vaulted ceilings – their definition, history, pros and cons, and some inspiring design implementations.
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