|Presidential Octangon Cupola
the Latin meaning “small caps or dome” and it has
been gracing our homes, garden sheds, capital buildings, and
religious cathedrals for many centuries. The cupola was first
inspired during the Italian renaissance and was an architectural
element designed to enhance the look of such elegant cathedrals
such as St. Mark’s Basilica in Florence, Italy. It was
installed at the highest peak of the church to work as lantern
bringing light inside to create an aura of elegance amongst the
beautiful paintings of the church.
The most notable cupola in the United States is the White House
as it commands a stately look with its asymmetrical appeal to
enhance the structure. The dome
like sphere of the cupola
|emulates the freedom
of the United States by adding a grand touch with an elegant
flare to the president's home. It is the representation
of Democratic freedom and provides a grandiose gesture
of being one of the strongest countries in the world.
on any home can inspire a look and appeal to create an exterior
beauty to the outside of your home. The early Victorians once
used the Cupola as light and ventilation into their large homes.
It also still provides appeal to many homeowners today that
want to enhance the look of their home or garden shed. You
can select from a wide variety of cupola that are proportionate
to your home creating an asymmetrical appeal and streamlining
the outside of your home to look its absolute best.
You have a wide selection of cupola to choose from whether
you chose the sturdiness and rich amber color of red cedar
wood depending on its durability and weather resistance.
Or perhaps by investing a in a cupola with aluminum roof
to make add an elegant touch to your home or garden shed.
You can select from a variety of cupola that will enhance
the form of your home and accentuate its entire look.