Hexagonal pavilion is one kind of Chinese and Japanese pavilion, which (Chinese 亭, pinyin tíng) is a type of covered structure without surrounding walls and is a traditional part of Chinese architecture. While often found within temples, pavilions are not exclusively religious structures. Many Chinese parks and gardens feature pavilions to provide shade and a place to rest.
Roof Tiles Indicator Diagram
The roof tiles for square pavilion
Clay Drip Tile
It has rectangular shape. One end of eave tile is closed with a decorative Chinese symbol, such as dragon, peony, lion. They will be installed on the front of the roof. Its main function is helping the rain drop down the roof and protect the wood structur
Clay Eaves Tile
Semi-circle shaped. One end of eave tile is closed with a decorative Chinese symbol, such as dragon, peony, lion. They will be installed on the front of the roof. Its main function is protecting the pan tiles from dropping, and the eaves from the rain sat
Clay Hip Roof Ridge
Cylinder shaped, they are installed on the main ridge, hip ridge or gable ridge. It can help the rain flow fast from the roof ridges. Meanwhile, its inside is empty, this structure can reduce the weight of roof top. And it can decorate the roof.
Clay Curved Tiles
It is called “Feiyan” in Chinese. It is one of important parts in traditional Chinese building. Curved shaped, they are installed on the corner of the roof. This shape can improve the house lighting surface, and help to drain the rain. Curved tiles like t