facade

facade

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"Facade" refers to the principal face of a building, but it can be used more generally to reference any side of a building facing a street or open space. The word "facade" is derived from the French word "fa├žade", meaning front.


A facade is also something's appearance that is presented to others, especially which gives you a deceptive impressions such as a facade of a happy marriage, or facade of wealth.
They are trying to keep a facade of a happy marriage for their child.

facade

In architecture, a facade is the exterior wall or face of a building which has a special architectural treatment. The facade systems are attached or suspended to the exterior wall of buildings, and generally designed for an easy mounting system.
Facade systems product catalog from several manufacturers


Examples of architectural facades:
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facade

Facade is the mask we put on in order to give others a false impression.
He has a graceful heart behind his facade of rudeness.
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