What is this architectural element called? Where the wall meets the floor, there is a small gap…


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  1. This is an example of a shadow gap detail, which is typically used when two separate materials come together. To achieve this detail, a shadow gap bead was mounted in this case.

  2. That could be referred to as a “reveal” in general.

    Since it is at the wall/floor intersection, you might term it a “base reveal” in this case.

    You will see the extrusion they use to achieve this effect with drywall / plaster if you look up Fry Reglet Reveal Base.

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