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Pal•la′di•an win′dow

(pəˈleɪ di ən, -ˈlɑ-)
n.
a window in the form of a central arch with a narrower flat-headed compartment on either side.
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Oversized Palladian windows in the master bedroom suite, a new new white and marble/quartz kitchen with stainless steel appliances; family room with fireplace, skylights and pine ceiling with French doors to deck.
That particular use isn't ideal for the building, Riddleberger said, describing the structureas "grand" and "eloquent." He added there's no immediate plans to close up shop and that there's no urgency to sell the property.<br />The building, situated on a roughly one-acre lot, features 32-foot high ceilings, working fireplaces, and 10-foot high Palladian windows. According to Baltimore Heritage's website, the Chesapeake Gas Co.
The museum creates a symbolic path between containers and casings, from the marble loggias, with their Palladian windows; to the museum rooms; to the display cases and stands; to the jewelry.
The second floor is home to the grand master suite, boasting stunning cathedral ceilings, beautiful Palladian windows, two spacious walk-in closets, and a luxurious, spa-style master bath large enough for bathing, primping, and relaxing.
The interior has 22 rooms including six bedrooms, twelve baths, Palladian windows, an elevator, 10 fireplaces, a home theater and a Roman spa.
NEW YORK -- If you study the residential work of Allan Greenberg -- all those colonnaded front porches, Palladian windows and formally landscaped lots with stables and grand driveways -- a theme emerges.
The 24,000 sq ft mansion had 25 rooms, which in its heyday had Palladian windows, marble floors and hand-painted wallpaper.
features Italian Renaissance architecture, Louis XVI chandeliers, Damask draperies and Palladian windows. The elegance of the 78-year-old hotel has attracted world leaders for decades.
Slowly, the bedroom took shape with gorgeous Palladian windows showcasing water views and access to an expansive veranda.
Mirroring the grand and gracefully traditional architecture of train stations, the headquarters features arched Palladian windows, cherry wood finishes, prepatinaed exterior copper accents, and granite and terra cotta tile flooring.
The oversize(t Palladian windows add light to the architecture and certainly to the space inside."
First, she solidified the structure by creating light and airy enclosed spaces out of the former dingy wells, and second, the new circulation patterns evolve into a journey that practically obliterates the memory of the library (though the great catalogue room with its decorative ceiling and Palladian windows has become a new ceremonial hall for San Francisco).