A window pierced in a roof, and so set as to be vertical while the roof slopes away from it. Also, the gablet, or houselike structure, in which it is contained.
vertical window projecitng from a roof;
an upright window projecting from the sloping roof of a building; also the roofed structure housing such a window
A vertical window that protrudes from a sloping roof area.
A box-like projection from the sloping plane of a roof that frames a window.
The setting for a vertical window in the roof. Called a gable dormer if it has its own gable or shed dormer if a flat roof. Most often found in upstairs bedrooms.
A protruding window on the slope of a roof.
A vertical window through a sloping roof provided with its own small pitched or flat roof.
A projection from a slanted roof used as a door or window. See also cricket.
Typically a smaller gable roof that intersects perpendicularly to another roof section.
A projection standing vertically on a sloping roof, which usually contains one or more windows, and has a roof of its own.
Technically, a dormer is a window in a raised section of the roof, but the term also refers to the entire raised section. There are two basic styles of dormers: a small raised section with a gabled roof, (they're often called a "dog house" or "pigeon coop" dormers),and larger "shed" dormers, which generally have flat (as opposed to gable) roofs to provide increased interior headroom.
a vertically set window on a sloping roof; the roofed structure housing such a window.
The house-like structure which projects from a sloping roof.
The small house shaped structure which is placed from a sloping roof.
home construction that protrudes from the roof of the house, usually including one or more windows
a gabled extension built out from a sloping roof to accommodate a vertical window
a great way to begin a window treatment for an attic that has been converted into living space
a projection from the roof of a house that adds usable space
a window which is set vertically on a sloping roof
A small structure projecting from a sloped roof, usually with a window.
A window projection from a sloping roof.
A structural extension of a building's roof, intended to provide light and headroom in a half-story; usually contains window(s) on its vertical face.
a roof gable which is usually located at right angles to the main roof structure. Used to increase head room or as an architectural detail.
A structure that protrudes from a sloping roof and contains a window or group of windows.
A distinctive European method of forming a window in an attic through a steep roof slope. The dormer has a small separate roof pitched over it to form a window cubical.
A window or vent structure that sits on top of (or protrudes through) the roof.
A separate smaller roofed structure that projects from a sloping roof to provide more space below the roof and to accommodate a vertical window. French (Lucarne)
A window which projects from a sloping roof.
A raised roof extending out of a larger roof plane.
A small window projecting vertically from a sloping roof.
A structure protruding through the plane of a sloping roof, usually with a window and its own smaller roof.
An opening in the loft area for exterior vertical doors & windows that is an exterior, built-on appendage
Dormers are little windows that stick like eyebrows from sloping roofs. They give extra light and air and keep a plain roof from being boring.
A dormer is a window housed in a gable or similar structure affixed to the sloping part of a roof, providing natural light and ventilation to the rooms beneath the roof. Since such attic or garret rooms have traditionally been used for sleeping, the dormer gets its name from the French verb dormer: to sleep.
A space which protrudes from the roof of a house, usually including one or more windows.
Small window projecting from the house in an alcove-like manner.
a structure projecting from a sloping roof usually housing a window or ventilating louver.
A conversion with an extension to the roof is called a "Dormer".
A window with a small roof and sides projecting from a larger sloping roof
A projection built out from a sloping roof as a room extension or for a window.
A roofed projection set into the slope of a roof, usually containing a window.
A structure which protrudes from the roof. Dormers may have a window installed vertically inside of a small gable or may be used to extend the dimension of an upstairs room.
This is a protrusion from the main roof, usually constructed to extend an upstairs living space.
A framed window unit projecting through the sloping plane of a roof.
A converted attic with windows projecting through a sloping roof.
window A window placed vertically in a sloping roof that has a tiny roof of its own. Most often seen in second-floor bedrooms.
An opening in a sloping roof, the framing of which projects out to form a vertical wall suitable for windows or other openings
An area is cut out of the sloping roof from which a dormer can be projected. The dormer may house a window, or even a door and deck.
A window set upright in a sloping roof.
A window set vertically in a structure projecting through a sloping roof.
The portion of a house built out from a sloping roof with a window on the front.
A window that projects from a roof.
THE PROJECTING FRAME OF A RECESS IN A SLOPING ROOF.
A framed window unit projecting through the sloping side of the roof.
A vertical window and its structure projecting out of a roof
Created when placing a window opening vertically in a sloping roof, creating a roof structure of its own
a structure that extends outward from a roof, and contains a window. The dormer usually has a gable roof, but it may also be arched.
A window or a smaller roofed area protruding from a sloping roof.
a framed projection through the sloping plane of a roof.
A window or windows that project outward from a roof. Dormers provide light and ventilation to attic spaces.
An appendage to a roof, a small opening in a roof, which provides ventilation and light to an attic area. Several shapes are common, gable-ended dormer, shed dormer, and hip dormer.
An area which protrudes from the roof of a house, generally featuring one or more windows.
A window set vertically in a small gable projecting from a sloping roof.
Term applied to a window set within a roof.
Projection from the roof allowing for headroom and a window in an attic space.
A vertical window built into a sloping roof that has a section of roof of its own.
Roofed projection built out from a sloping roof into which a window is set to provide additional interior light and ventilation. The word dormer comes from the word dormitory, which was normally in an attic area.
Any structure whose framing projects out of a sloping roof to form a vertical wall suitable for windows or other openings.
window projecting from a slopped roof set vertically into a gable
A dormer is a structural element of a building that protrudes from the plane of a sloping roof surface. Dormers are used, either in original construction or as later additions, to create usable space in the roof of a building by adding headroom and usually also by enabling addition of windows.