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buildings aisles with no transept in the buildings design at all, which is unusual for a Gothic style church. Figure 1.2 Building: The Salisbury Cathedral Architect: Elias of Dereham and Richard Poor Key Aspect: The use of the Cathedrals light grey Chilmark stone as the walls accompanied by dark Purbeck marble for the columns establish its visual accentuation and is amplified through its unusually tall and narrow nave. Figure 1.3 Building: Duomo di Siena (Cathedral of Siena) Architect: Giovanni di