This is a reveal at the bottom of a gypsum wallTypically, a reveal is a depression on the plane of a surface material, or on the edge condition, such as the bottom of a gypsum wall or between a wall and a window assembly. It is used commonly to create shadow lines, or otherwise provide transitions from material to void, or from material to material. Often in this type of application, the reveal is finished with a reveal strip, a strip of material designed to cover up the rough edge of the surface material.

In masonry, a reveal can also be the area of the masonry wall that is visible between the surface plane of the masonry and the edge of the door/window frame.

In stairs, a reveal can also refer to the space between the top of a tread to the stringer.
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