Mansard Roof A Hip Roof
A mansard roof is also known as a French roof. Made popular by architect François Mansart, a mansard roof has four sides, each with two slopes similar to the double slope on a Dutch gambrel roof. The four sides are joined with a hip. Often the lower, steeper slopes of a mansard roof features dormer windows.
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