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Sorry the ignorance but it's some days that I'd like to ask to some designer guys about the name of this kind of extrusion you can find in doors and windows and, in the classical architecture, even on the walls and ceilings?

Thank you :)
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>>518935
crown molding?
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the edgy wood
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>>518935

Trim
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Thank you guys, if somebody else know about some other technical name of this part are welcome :)
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Architrave
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>>518935
Inside your box you have the top beam, side beam, and the large flat surface of the door. The name for these are 'rail' for the top beam, 'stile' for the side beam, 'panel' for the large main surface. The shape are refereed to as 'trim profile' of these parts.
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It's just a door
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>>518935
Corner
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door is your sight



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