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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I want to stain or paint the breezeway and don't know how to proceed so that all areas accept a new finish.
Visitors to the Breezeway space participate in an immersive videogame-like environment where human motion is translated into patterns of sound and light.
Breezeway features user interfaces designed for tablets and handheld devices, and any other device that accesses the Internet including traditional desktops and laptops, with no requirement to download software.
At night, the breezeway glows from within, but there are no visible light fixtures; the lighting is set into the ceiling and the floor, where the outlets are also buried.
Breezeway lanes will continue to expand through early 2008 in Canada, the Caribbean, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and destinations served only by Delta Connection.
Filling in the breezeway turned it into an entry and family room linking the two parts of the house.
The fire started in the breezeway and just took the rest of the house," Chief Maynard said.
He and his wife and another couple recently purchased 100 acres in Arroyo Grande on California's Central Coast with plans to dwell in separate kitHAUS combinations linked with a breezeway.
Transforming a breezeway into usable, practical space gave Helen and Tony Norman of Riverside, California, the chance to add on a home office they'd long wanted.
The 320 proposed rental units will consist of 3-story, 24 unit breezeway buildings with 3 unit types and 3 building types and attached garages.
about the time Respress collapsed in a breezeway outside LMU's Gersten Pavilion.
Another distinctive event space at Flatotel is the Galleria, a large, 6,000-SF outdoor breezeway set under a soaring ceiling of skylights and festival lighting.