According to Rogent's formulations, façades are the face of the city, and express the nature of its people. Generally, Rogent's architecture is characterized by the use of continuous, flat façades in which the wall plays a more important role than the openings in it.
- Straight lines predominate on the façade. For Rogent, straight lines symbolized unity, eternity and the immaterial.
- The composition is schematic and symmetrical.
- Horizontal lines predominate. For Rogent, façades with predominant horizontal lines symbolized grandiose splendour and solemnity.
- Rogent's architecture commonly uses façades bounded by cornices at the top and towers, pillars or buttresses at the sides.