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sun lounge

(US), sun parlor
a room with large windows positioned to receive as much sunlight as possible

sun lounge

(jargon)
(Great Britain) The room where all the Sun workstations live. The humour in this term comes from the fact that it's also in mainstream use to describe a solarium, and all those Sun workstations clustered together give off an amazing amount of heat.
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Built in 1930, 32 Pearl Street was designed in Art Deco style as offices with a "sun parlor" on the roof.
Back in the early 1900s, way before readers' surveys and social media, boosters came up with slogans ("The Air-Conditioned City." " Land of Glorified Opportunity." "America's Winter Sun Parlor") designed to attract new residents.
Ours had a large living room and sun parlor, four bedrooms, a winding hall with two closets, a large dining room, a large kitchen with a butler's pantry, and a deck.