louvered window


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Noun1.louvered window - a window with glass louverslouvered window - a window with glass louvers    
window - a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
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Now the sun sharpens the green and the gray immensity of cloud as a man walks across my louvered window to the workers' shed.
Tenders are invited for Repairing of doors and windows and providing alluminium louvered window to w.
Used extensively in tropical architecture, a jalousie or louvered window consists of parallel slats of glass or acrylic that open and closes like a Venetian blind, usually using a crank or a lever.
A redwood bay window replaced a small louvered window over the sink.
Plans were made to re-floor and paint the building and replace the existing openwork concrete windows with secure plastic louvered windows.
Driving through the bridge, which spans the river near Vida at the Leaburg Dam, I didn't know it was constructed in 1938 and restored in 1987; or that this bridge may be the most photographed covered bridge in a state of many covered bridges, thanks to eye-catching architectural details such as louvered windows - 10 on each side, if you're counting.
Louvered windows add texture and, from indoors, frame the yard.
Daylight filters through 13-ft high timber louvered windows.
The catalogue traces the symbolic and phenomenological richness of Iglesias's celosia, first by illuminating its morphology in relation to the louvered windows behind which women are sequestered in the Mediterranean world, where Muslim and Spanish "ladies reveal themselves without ever truly revealing themselves" (34).
The galleries and public support spaces are characterized by openness and lightness, and this trick of making something solid from without yet open from within is achieved by the exterior fins, which are not simply a high-tech decorative surface pattern but a system of louvered windows that direct views out from the building in particular directions.
However, the first louvered windows date back to the Grecian era and were made of marble.