We propose an algorithm that provides a pixel-wise classification of building facades. Building facades provide a rich environment for testing semantic segmentation techniques. They come in a variety of styles affecting appearance and layout. On the other hand, they exhibit a degree of stability in the arrangement of structures across different instances. Furthermore, a single image is often composed of a repetitive architectural pattern. We integrate appearance, layout and repetition cues in a single energy function, that is optimized through the TRW-S algorithm to provide a classification of superpixels. The appearance energy is based on scores of a Random Forrest classifier. The feature space is composed of higher-level vectors encoding distance to structure clusters. Layout priors are obtained from locations and structural adjacencies in training data. In addition, priors result from translational symmetry cues acquired from the scene itself through clustering via the α -expansion graphcut algorithm. We are on par with state-of-the-art. We are able to fine tune classifications at the superpixel level, while most methods model all architectural features with bounding rectangles.