louver window

louver window

1. A window having louvers which fill all or part of the opening instead of glass.
2. An open window in the tower of a church.
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The seven rooms are decorated with mahogany furniture, louver window treatments, rattan chairs, locally handcrafted clay lamps and batik art.
To address sustainability, the louver windows ventilate the rooms and generously invite daylight, while the wide eaves provide solar protection.
The types of building materials produced by the Rodamas Group include sheet glass, galvanized iron sheets, louver windows and rolling doors.
4m, fixed glazing, with 6 doors and louver windows as skylights, about 180/80 cm (26 St.