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clerestory, clerestory window

clerestory, 2 A
1.An upper zone of wall pierced with windows that admit light to the center of a lofty room.
2. A window so placed. (See illustration p. 218.)
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The main space is defined by the double-volume ceiling, which creates a kind of 'Venturi effect' that forces the wind up when clerestory windows above are open, thus releasing warm air accumulated inside the house.
Dismantling doors, windows and clerestory windows (steel or wood) shutter including chowkhats, architrave, holdfasts etc.
One way is to integrale atriums or courtyards and clerestory windows to bring in daylight.
Large state of the art courts totaling 200 square meters include natural illumination using clerestory windows and these are augmented by the natural light that enters via the large patterned glass faأA*ade that enables the public lobbies to be filled with light.
Completion of restoration, in August 2016, of the first set of clerestory windows.
The room's large butterfly floats above the rammed earth wall allowing even indirect natural daylight throughout the day through its clerestory windows," said Herdeg.
The main living room has a pitched ceiling and oversized firebox set into a long, crisp expanse of white brick topped by a row of clerestory windows.
Clerestory windows and doors with side panels that have blinds are good solutions.
This class A, cross dock facility offers 31' clear height, new T-5 lighting, ESFR sprinkler system, 140' truck courts, and skylights and clerestory windows.
The building has a saw-tooth roof with clerestory windows that had been boarded up during World War II and never opened up afterwards," says Rhodes.
Office and shop spaces alike benefit from clerestory windows and plenty of insulation.
The clerestory windows are hardworking, despite their small size.