Venetian window

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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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The main reception room is lit by the beautiful Venetian windows at the end and arched windows to the side, with the exposed roof supports soaring above.
"There are Venetian windows at the front of the house which are very quirky because although they look all the same from the outside, inside they are all at completely different levels."
"There are Venetian windows at the front of the house which are very quirky because although they look all the same from the outside, inside they are all at completely different levels." We also have a tiny little long skinny quirky cupboard built into the wall in the breakfast room."
Between 2007 and 2008 the whole site was the subject of a PS30m refurbishment retaining some wonderful Venetian windows. It contains the excellent Spiller's Records as well as a wide selection of antiques, jewellery and food outlets.
A brand new north wing was added to the property in 1730, complete with authentic Venetian windows and a magni?cent Queen Anne staircase.
Harvey's designs incorporated features such as stepped gables, small Venetian windows over canted bays, and timber corner porches below dormers incorporating concave little leaded roofs.