Hipped Enclosure

A Hipped Enclosure is a type of Walled Masonry Enclosure for an Outdoor Pizza Oven with a traditional hipped roof architecture.

A hipped roof is a type of roof where all sides slope downwards to the walls, usually with a fairly gentle slope. Each side of the roof is a hip, and the point where two adjacent sides meet is called the hip joint. This architectural style is common in residential and commercial buildings.

The advantages of a hipped roof include its stability and ability to withstand high winds. The sloping sides also provide shade and allow for effective water drainage. Additionally, hipped roofs can add aesthetic appeal to a structure.

It’s worth noting that there are variations of hipped roofs, such as simple hipped roofs and cross-hipped roofs. The choice of roof design depends on factors like architectural style, climate considerations, and the desired appearance of the building.