Breezeway

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Breezeway

A covered passageway, open to the outdoors; connecting either two parts of a building or two buildings.

breezeway

A covered passageway, open to the outdoors, connecting two cabins, two parts of a house, or between a house and a garage; sometimes serves as an outdoor sitting area; also called a dogtrot.
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People are not securing their breezeways, and once they are in there, they just hammer the entry door or break out a window," he said.
The Southern Living and Progressive Farmer Idea House and Farmstead at WhiteFence Farms celebrates a building style prevalent in this region a century ago, when farmhouses had 'dog trots' connected by breezeways and detached garage space for farming vehicles and horses," said Mike Reininger, Senior Vice President, Creative Services for JOE.
Plants in breezeways or alcoves open at both ends are also candidates for rapid water loss due to wind.
Lush landscaping and tropical foliage line the breezeways throughout the property and surround the sparkling fountain-fed swimming pool.
If there were a lot of wind and rain, the water would come through the window, and sometimes we got a lot of ponding of water on the decks and breezeways, which led to dry rot and seepage.
The property comprises six, four-story buildings connected by breezeways and occupies a full city block.
The church's design harks back to the old California missions, with a red tile roof and arched breezeways circling the building.