eyebrow window

eyebrow window

A bottom-hinged, inward-opening sash located in the window of an eyebrow dormer. See also: Chicago window

eyebrow window

1.A bottom-hinged, inward-opening window in the uppermost level of a house, usually under the front eaves; often one of a series of windows in the frieze of a Greek Revival style building.
2. A window in an eyebrow.
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The front porch roof blocks light from the windows, so Pierce added an eyebrow window to bring natural light into the new dining room.
200 Hinckley Road, Nuneaton, eyebrow window to front, kitchen extension to side (M.
The six-story brick building raises the bar for affordable housing design, featuring facade details from the neighborhood, including the decorative cornice, eyebrow window headers and precast stone bands and quoining.
The evolved property displays early 20th century character at its core with a mighty chimney structure, diamond set stacks, hipped roof lines and even an eyebrow window, but there are hints at earlier eras in the clever panelled finishes of some notable areas with ornate carved timber work and exposed beams and stone.
Off the courtyard is a 43ft long brick and tiled barn with garage door, exposed beams and trusses and eyebrow window features.
There's definitely no room to swing a cat, but twist a crank and up goes the ceiling to reveal a pair of eyebrow windows to provide natural light and some welcome headroom.
If the stand moves, your fool can slip and hit the air temperature gage, breaking the eyebrow windows.
Crystal is exporting its Series 400 double-hung and picture windows and Series 250 hopper windows, all Energy Star [R] certified, as well as special shape circle-top and eyebrow windows to complete the first phase of the development project.
The oldest part of the property is used as a garage with first and second floors complete with eyebrow windows and a mezzanine floor.
We found used glass for the living room skylight and for the three elliptic eyebrow windows in the gable ends.
For example, if a wrench falls from the weather shield, it can shatter the eyebrow windows or the windshield.
It is easily spotted from the driveway approach with its thatched roof and porch, eyebrow windows and modest proportions.