A window forming a bay or recess in a room, and projecting outward from the wall, either in a rectangular, polygonal, or semicircular form; -- often corruptly called a bow window.
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a window or series of windows projecting outward from the main wall forming a bay or alcove I na room within, especially one having its own foundation.
A window in a formed wall that projects from the main wall line to form an alcove.
A window that sticks outwards from a wall.
Projecting window usually at ground level. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 410) Related terms: Oriel
A picture window (stationary) with a Flanker window attached to each side. They are joined at definite angles.
A picture window combined with casement or double-hung windows on both sides of the picture window placed at 30- or 45-degree angles. The bay window extends past the exterior of the building and may have a roof system, head and seat boards, and/or edge banding.
A projecting form containing windows that rises from the ground or from some other support, such as a porch roof; see also oriel.
A set of two or more windows that protrude out from the wall. The window is moved away from the wall to provide more light and wider views..
Any window space projecting outward from the walls of a building, either square or polygonal in plan.
A window, typically three sided, that projects from a wall, creating a recessed area in the structure's interior. Also called an oriel.
A projection formed by three windows that are joined at obtuse angels.
A large projecting type of window made of a group of windows set at angles to each other and joined to each other on some sides.
A window consisting of three adjacent windows projecting from the building and forming an alcove inside.
An angular projection in the wall of a building, comprised of windows
A window consisting of three adjacent windows (angles in between). Typically bay windows project from the building and form an alcove inside.
A window formed in projection of the wall beyond its general line and carried on foundations.
a window with angled sides that project from a wall.
a projection from a wall containing a window
A window that projects out from the main wall. It may cover more than one storey, and may be curved, square, or canted.(Illustration from A.J. Downing, The Architecture of Country Houses, 1850, showing a canted bay window in the Gothic style with crenellations)
THREE OR MORE WINDOWS, PROJECTING FROM A BUILDING AT 30 OR 45-DEGREE ANGLES, AS ONE UNIT. NORMALLY, THE CENTER WINDOW IS A PICTURE WINDOW AND THE SIDE WINDOWS ARE EITHER VERTICAL SLIDERS (DOUBLE HUNG TILT) OR CASEMENT WINDOWS.
A series of windows assembled in a polygon shape that projects outward from the side of a house.
a combination of three windows; usually including a large center unit with smaller flanking units at 30-, 45-, or 90-degree angles to the wall
A bay window protrudes outward from the wall in which it's installed. It is usually constructed from one fixed central pane to which two casement panels are attached at an angle.
a window that sticks out from the outside wall of a house
an angled combination of windows that extend outside the wall of the house forming a recess area on the inside
a recessed window with angled sections
a rectangular, curved or polygonal window, extending beyond the main wall of the building
a series of windows assembled in a polygon shape that project outward from the face of a house
a window that projects beyond the wall line of a building and extends down to the foundation
a window which projects beyond the outside wall of a house
Three windows placed into a part of the architecture which projects out from the main part of the building
A combination of window units which projects to the exterior. Usually features a large center unit with two flanking units at 30 or 45 degree angles to the wall. ( style guide)
A projecting roofed structure that includes windows set at an angle to each other.
A composite of 3 or more windows that project out from the wall. Usually consists of one large center window with two flanking fixed or operating windows at 30, 45, or 90 degree angles to the wall.
A window placed in a projection of an exterior wall of a building is called a bay window when the wall projection extends all the way down to a corresponding projection of the foundation. In plan view, the wall projection may be rectangular, polygonal or segmental (curved). See also: Windows.
A three-window unit, the Bay window usually contains one large middle panel and two smaller side panels. A bay window projects outward from the walls of the home.
A window that is projecting out of the building's wall.
Generally composed of three individual windows with the side units at 45âˆž or 30âˆž angles to the wall.
A window or grouping of windows that protrudes outside of a home's exterior wall.
Projects from the surface of an exterior wall and extends to the ground.
A window projecting from the wall of a structure that is composed of 3 or more individual windows, generally with the side or flanker units at 45 degree or 30 degree angles to the wall.
An arrangement of three or more individual window units, attached in such a way as to project from the building at various angles. In a three unit bay, the center section is normally fixed with the end panels operable as single hung or casements.
These windows project out from the front or side of a house. Bay windows have sharp angles and rise up from the ground on the first floor.
Window, divided into three sections, that curves outward in an arc, extending the window area out from the wall, so that it gives a room a larger appearance. Since they are supported from the wall or floor and usually don't extend to the roof line, they need their own roof projection from the wall. Ready made bay windows come in pre-assembled components that are easily installed into a wall opening. Also called a bow window.
Windows that project out from the wall and extend to the ground. An "angle bay window" refers to the angle of departure from the plane of the wall.
A stunning picture window combination that extends outside the house and is flanked on either side by operating casement or double-hung tilt windows placed at 30-, 45- or 90-degree angles. Available with head and seat boards.
A three-sided (or more) window that protrudes from the exterior wall of a house.
A composite of three or more windows, usually made up of a large center unit and two flanking units at 30°, 45° or 90° angles to the wall.
A composite of three windows, usually made up of a large center unit and two flanking units at 60- or 45-degree angles to the wall.
A bay window is a combination of three windows that stick out from the wall of the house, with the middle window parallel to the house. The other windows are set at 30- to 45-degree angles, connecting the front window to the house.
A window projecting outward from the wall of a house.
Composed of 3 or more individual windows, generally with the side or flanker units at 45 degree or 30 degree angles to the wall. A bay projects from the wall of the structure.
A window in a wall that projects at an angle to another wall.
a three-sided window that is three-dimensional, protruding from the house.
A window that projects outward in a curve.
An angled combination of three windows that project out from the wall of the home. The windows are commonly joined at 30- or 45- degree angles.
Window which projects outside the main line of a building and the compartment in which it is located.
Typically, an arrangement of three windows, one centered, that together form projection from the interior wall.
A group of three or more windows, usually composed of a large center unit and two side units at 30°, 45° or 90° angles to the wall.
A series of three windows that have been mulled together utilizing a forty-five degree mullion. The finished product will project away from the building exterior two to three feet.
A window or series of windows with at least three sides that project from the exterior wall of a house.
A window that consists of three or more windows set at angles to each other in a recessed area.
A large window that projects from the outer wall of a building.
A projecting bay with windows that forms an extension to the floor space or the internal rooms. On the exterior, the bay should extend to ground level.
The combination of three windows that stick out from the wall of the house, with the middle window parallel to the house is called a bay window. The other windows are set at 30- to 45-degree angles, connecting the front window to the house.
A bay window is made up of three or more windows. The side or flanker units project out from the building in 30, 45, or 90 degree angles. The center is parallel with the building wall and is made up of one or more windows. All the units can be stationary, operating, or any combination of the two. Typically, the center section is stationary, while the side units are operating.
typically composed of three windows joined together at an angle to each other, projecting out from an exterior wall