Grillwork


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Grillwork

Materials arranged with voids to function as, or with the appearance of, a grille.

grillwork

Material which functions as, or has the appearance of, a grille.
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73) Pilgrims would have had limited direct access to the Sancta Sanctorum due to the private nature of the chapel bur would have been able to view the altar containing the relics and the icon of Christ through the grillwork located at the top of the Scala Santa.
or else they're kept to the side, or toward the rear, the women, nearest the western wall, the separating grillwork a veil of metal, an armor of plaits .
The choice of views seems arbitrary at first glance, but it turns out to provide a sort of catalogue of architectural forms and structures in both foreground and background that offer themselves to the viewer as variations on the theme of similitude: Steps, grillwork, guardrail supports, pillars, and surfaces devolve into increasingly abstract vertical and horizontal patterns.
There were no doors, no convent cells, no grillwork, no crucifixes, not an altar in sight in this profoundly religious work.
Three years ago, in a cafe near Harvard Yard, Lucy Nusseibeh, MEND's founder, dismantled for me the grillwork of obscurity that surrounds Palestinian nonviolence activists.
Grief was the grillwork the emotional grid--through which George Hawkins sifted and sorted events, simplified a world so overrich in sense it outstripped him.
They all had casement windows that opened onto a window ledge balcony protected by iron grillwork.
The 'Mulberry Mansions' project is set to be built using first grade construction materials, including terracotta roof tiles, limestone walls and piers, wrought iron balcony grillwork, wooden trellises, vinyl-clad French doors and dormer window units with decorative accent elements.
Lee, "we wanted to stay away from grillwork which can appear dated," so they are arranged "to minimize the appearance while providing all of the ventilation required.
Morsilli, a vice president at Maguire, said the limitations of the irregularly shaped lot and the design features such as ornamental grillwork added to the cost.
In the Western Historic District of Ludlow, Kentucky, according to design guidelines for the district, businesses are discouraged from protecting main entrances with "security storm doors which have large expanses of metal grillwork," though that is acceptable for secondary doors.
Black iron grillwork adds an authoritarian note barely tempered by the questionable use of Bermuda shutters and large "windows" on the garage exterior walls.