Word-of-the-Month: Porte-cochere

A porte-cochere is an entrance structure of a building that allows a vehicle, or horse and carriage, to pull up for people to get in or out while protected from weather.


Fun Fact
The French term meaning “coach gate,” was a popular building element during the Renaissance period and was commonly featured in the homes and palaces built during the reigns of French King Louis XIV and XV.

A porte-cochere at our hotel project in Orlando, FL will welcome guests into the lobby.