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loggia

1. a covered area on the side of a building, esp one that serves as a porch
2. an open balcony in a theatre

Loggia

An arcaded or colonnaded structure, open on one or more sides, sometimes with an upper story; an arcaded or colonnaded porch or gallery attached to a much larger structure.

Loggia

 

a structure usually forming part of a building, separated from the external space by an arcade, colonnade, parapet, or grating. Serving as a covered balcony or entranceway, a loggia sculpturally enriches the facade of a building. A loggia may also be a separate building of the gallery type, open on one or more sides (for example, the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence, c. 1376–80).

loggia

[′lō·jē·ə]
(architecture)
A roofed open arcade on the side of a building.

loggia

An arcaded or colonnaded porch or gallery attached to or contained within a larger structure; usually located in a prominent part of the building; open on at least one side to provide a protected outdoor sitting area, sometimes contains an upper story. (See illustration p. 600.)
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The 20,000 s/f of amenities span multiple floors as well as the rooftop Park Loggia.
Loggia had been a journeyman actor on stage, TV and films until he made an impression playing Richard Gere's abusive and alcoholic father in the 1982 blockbuster "An Officer and a Gentleman." That performance led to meaty roles in other box-office hits.
| Extend the bank Gareth Short, conservatories business manager at Leekes explains the appeal of the Loggia. "With a structure that is twice as efficient as a normal insulated cavity wall and 10 times more effective than typical window glazing, the Loggia combines the very best of British building excellence with Italian design and totally redefines the conservatory - delivering a super-insulated and precision engineered glazed extension.
"It isn't a case of deliberately looking in, but there is a view into the bathroom and anyone glancing in the direction of the loggia from nearby can glimpse what's going on," the Telegraph quoted an observer as telling the Daily Mail.
The 81-year-old pope tripped as he climbed up to his gilded chair on the loggia, but recovered without incident and delivered his speech to the crowds below.
Below, underneath the loggia, a fountain sings, or perhaps it's a stream.
Galli della Loggia noted that in John Paul's United Nations speeches on peace, the pope had always placed his message in the context of human rights.
In addition, a valuable treasury of documentation is presented in ten appendices, nine of them devoted to particular locations within the palace, while appendix 10 documents the officials who supervised the major building and renovation projects connected to the palazzo, the piazza, and the loggia. Sixty-one black-and-white plates provide excellent illustrations of the palace and some of its decorative features.
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Robert loggia, a versatile tough-guy actor on TV and in movies, including Brian De Palma's 1983 drama "Scarface" and Penny Marshall's 1988 "Big," died Dec.
NEW: Loggias Featuring a glass roof supported by ornate columns, the Italian-inspired loggia is a light, bright addition available in its own distinctive colour palette of classic white, pure cream, urban grey and landmark green.
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