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Quote from What’s the Story with the Mansard Roof? :
An additional habitable living space can be constructed within these lower slopes while at the same time reduce the total height of the roof. The earliest application of a mansard can be attributed to Pierre Lescot who built part of the Louvre with this roofing in 1550s. However, the style was popularized in early 17th century by Francois Mansart—whose name became the name the roofing style is known as. In Europe, the term mansard is used to also refer to the attic under the roof of such style, not only the shape of the roof itself. The term gambrel roof is instead more common in Europe to refer to the shape on its own.
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