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transom window

1. A transom light; may be operable.
2. Any window operated by a transom lift.
3. Any window divided by a transom bar.
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The exterior windows feature a variety of shapes--from simple squares on the front to triangular and fixed radius transom windows on the sides and back.
Work to include but not limited to removal of 10 existing automatic sliding entrance door systems (excluding transom windows but including both sidelights), prepare opening for new system and install fully functioning system.
Meticulously renovated pre-war home with oak herringbone floors, custom built-in bookshelves, moldings, picture rails and glass transom windows above the doors.
The transom windows are up high, so you can't see through them, but they let light come in," Landis says.
The great room, directly accessible from the entry and the bowed breakfast area, has a fireplace and transom windows.
By installing large transom windows over a client's bedroom door and across the top of the bedroom wall, San Francisco architect Harlan Hoffman captured the light from a skylight over the landing and brought it into the bedroom.
Supply of windows to complete semiaprentesi balancer for cars compartments MD, frames full vestibules and full transom windows for coaches withdrawn MD.
Crystal is supplying Series 8000 architecturally-rated aluminum windows in project-in and picture styles and Series 1240 aluminum sliding patio doors, some with accompanying transom windows.
Dormers and transom windows lend charm to this Colonial design.
Most manufacturers extend your design options by providing matching rectangular and roundhead transom windows.
The tender includes the construction of the outer skin of the building: Rear Ventilated metal facades, curtain wooden facades, mullion and transom windows including glazing and external sun protection.
A small slot of operable, transom windows in that facade allow northern light and air to enter during moderate spring and fall seasons.