Venetian window(redirected from Venetian windows)
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Related to Venetian windows: Palladian windows
A large window, characteristic of Neoclassical styles, divided by columns or piers resembling pilasters into three lights and sometimes arched at the head.
vertically pivoted window
A window having a sash which pivots about a vertical axis at or near its center; when opened, the outside glass surface is conveniently accessible for cleaning.
A large circular window in which the tracery radiates from the center; a variety of the rose window.
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Venetian window, Palladian window, Diocletian window
A window of large size, characteristic of neoclassic styles, divided by columns or piers resembling pilasters, into three lights, the middle one of which is usually wider than the others, and is sometimes arched.
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