I’m conducting a survey on a early victorian building and the roof structure is one i haven’t come across before, does anyone know what you would call it.
The body of the house is square and there are roof slopes to all 4 sides, but instead of meeting at an apex at the top there is a small flat roof.
I could only describe it as a being similar to a 4-sided pyramid with the apex cut off.
Any ideas anyone? Someone suggested cut-roof but i thought that referred to the timber structure construction.
Thanks in advance for any help!