It got me thinking about niches and orioles - THAT kind of innie and outie. I like Innies AND Outies in sculpted Regencies. You?
Here is the 1936 Thornton-Jones House by Philip Shutze a beautiful English Regency.
It's has niches in the gables. "Niche" is barely adequate to describe this innie.
Here is a 2001 Harrison Design Associates English Regency. It's a good look, no?
As with the Shutze then ends massive double chimney with sculpted curvy effects. An outie oriele window this time.
I guess this is an outie in an innie.
Warning: Lame design Haiku ahead. I think this post's title has a better rhythm.
sculpt a proud gable
outie in an innie for