The Tuscan warrant is used in minor buildings such as stables, baths, river crossings, territory fences, garden decorative elements, etc.
Examples of the application of the Tuscan order for the construction of porticos of 4 types:
- with three-quarter columns, without a pedestal
- with three-quarter columns, with a pedestal
- with freestanding columns and pilasters, without a pedestal
- with freestanding columns and pilasters, with a pedestal
The value of the Module (the lower radius of the column trunk) is taken to be 180 mm. The value of the slope of the roof is 22.5 degrees. The dimensions of the model are 9x17x5 (h) m. For a close angle to the geometry, the champher modifier was used.
These porticos, arcades and rotundas can also be built using other orders: Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and composite.