multipaned

multipaned

(ˈmʌltɪˌpeɪnd)
adj
having or comprising more than one pane, esp of glass
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In the centre of the building is the dining room which has a large, multipaned window on both sides.
Arrive at the stone arched, multipaned glass door and the past grandeur of the mansion is evident, and it continues inside.
The agents for the sale, Alexanders, say tastefully refurbished, this three bedroom cottage offers beautifully presented internal living accommodation to include impressive reception areas graced with high ceilings, wood flooring, multipaned windows and plantation shutters.
Just as Kiarostami's ultimate art exhibition comprised photographs of closed doors, his final film features numerous multipaned casements and open windows, frames within frames.
In the large lounge an elegant fireplace has a marble back, hearth and inset flame effect gas fire with painted wooden surround and mantlepiece, range of fitted floor cupboards adjoins the fireplace while multipaned patio doors lead to the conservatory.
Downstairs there is an enclosed porch with multipaned windows and door and quarry tiled floor.
The master bedroom has multipaned window to the front and a range of fitted wardrobes.
The only design element that doesn't quite make sense is an immense multipaned glass wall that is raised and lowered at arbitrary moments.
Multipaned windows toward the back look out on a poolside garden that flourishes during the summer, with poolside dining available.
The dowdy face of Gmail has been given a multipaned look.
Gracious porch, multipaned windows, moss-covered roof and a thick tree line charmed this one-time city slicker
The sun has begun to go down behind the wall-sized, multipaned window.