1. History of Interior Design Semester - 3 Content: Christian and Byzantine Romanesque Gothic Renaissance Baroque and Rococo
5. Windows – The windows of Early Christian basilicas added to their mystique, providing and ethereal, opaque light, either through stone plaques perforated with decorative holes, through colored glass. Ambo – The ambo was a raised platform from which the epistle and the Gospel were read. Usually made of stone, richly decorated with ornamental panels. Liturgical Furniture – The sanctuary was sometimes raised on a platform, reserved for the clergy. This was often separated from the nave by a low parapet or high screen called an iconostasis. Opus sectile – The walls and floors of many churches featured an ornate surface decoration of opus sectile-marble stones cut to form geometric patterns.