cross window

cross window

A window in which the combination of a single mullion and a transom presents the appearance of a cross.
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Though Albers did design the White Cross window in the Abbot's private chapel, the north wall commission went to the Polish artist Bronislaw Bak.
Although the validated cross window was only introduced by the regional exchange in 2006, Shaw and his colleagues had been following similar practices previously on a more manual basis.
A brand new faiade was superimposed on the existing, 17th century structure, rich in star-topped chimneys, shaped gables, fantastic finials, mullioned and cross windows and a veritable riot of ogees.