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of the clerestory windows, and what their dimensions are? Thanks.
Clerestory windows, I do like them
Perfect for living room kitchen clerestory windows
below the window; these cut down on direct sunlight into the space. A very well thought-out design.
The clerestory here is the space between the lower ceiling of the kitchen area and the higher ceiling of the main living space. A clerestory is typically filled with windows to let light into the interior
to love clerestories, based on this and the next two photos — uses windows above the kitchen to bring light into the dining/living area. This use is actually more aligned with the traditional definition of a clerestory (think of the kitchen and its roof as an aisle and the living room as the main space)
The kitchen for this cottage home is quite small, just 10' square. So to maximize the amount of cabinetry space we provided clerestory windows in the vaulted space and a small island for food prep and clean up. A glass pocket door separates the kitchen from the mudroom.
it is but a cottage - the kitchenBud Dietrich, AIA
provided clerestory windows in the vaulted space and a small island for food prep and clean up. A glass pocket door separates the kitchen from the mudroom. This project was featured in Womans Day as well as in Not So Big Remodeling by Sarah Susanka and Marc Vassallo. Visit http://tinyurl.com/3tvgu2f
Clerestory with 3 individually vented windows with crank handles
Another example of using clerestory windows
windows above kitchen cabinets to allow light to pass through
Clerestory windows can really add light to any room and help control heat and coolness
Clerestory windows aren't just for contemporary styling. In fact, placing a window or clerestory windows up high in a wall can provide extra light and a view no matter what style the house is. Typically in more traditional styles, the windows are less ribbons of glass and more individual windows
house AAmitzi Architects
these clerestories. What are their dimensions?
sense, all windows here are custom-made. But these clerestory windows are just frameless glass plates which were inserted into U-profiles that are hidden in the concrete ceiling.
Clerestory windows mixed with the floor length window by the door gives an interesting, cozy feeling. Amy Schuster
Clerestory windows Pros: good in bathrooms, nice lighting Cons; no air ventilation I could see this window in a modern or lake house
Layout option for great room clerestory windows
This clerestory window, which wraps a corner of a living area in a fairly light and modern residence, gives the impression that the ceiling/roof floats above the walls. The extension of the ceiling beyond the plane of the walls means that the light coming in via the clerestories is indirect, giving the
The Mazama Cabin is located at the end of a beautiful meadow in the Methow Valley, on the east slope of the North Cascades Mountains in Washington state. The 1500 SF cabin is a superb place for a weekend get-a-way, with a garage below and compact living space above. The roof is “lifted” by a continuous band of clerestory windows, and the upstairs living space has a large glass wall facing a beautiful view of the mountain face known locally as Goat Wall. The project is characterized by sustainable cedar siding...
FINNE ArchitectsFINNE Architects
band of clerestory windows, and the upstairs living space has a large glass wall facing a beautiful view of the mountain face known locally as Goat Wall. The project is characterized by sustainable cedar siding and recycled metal roofing; the walls and roof have 40% higher insulation values than typical
clerestory windows — those shallow panes of glass at the top of a wall
Clerestory windows on the south-facing side of your house will generate more warmth from the sun in winter.
narrow windows at top of front garage wall
these windows across the side of my house.
another example of clerestory. To match rest of house, could add muntins, too?
I like this Clerestory window because
adding clerestory windows for more natural daylight, also consider how much heat you want to add. Clerestory windows on the south-facing side of your house will generate more warmth from the sun in winter.The clerestory windows on this retreat by Finne Architects in the Cascade Mountains in eastern Washington
Sweeney Lake HouseCHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
Window down the side above cupboards
Above Eye Level windows Narrow windows located high in the wall are usually called clerestory windows. The principal reasons for shifting windows vertically
Design Workshop: Just a Sliver (of Window), Please Photo 14 of 16 Above Eye Level Narrow windows located high in the wall are usually called clerestory windows. The principal reasons for shifting windows vertically in the wall
Narrow windows located high in the wall are usually called clerestory windows. The principal reasons for shifting windows vertically in the wall like this are to take advantage of natural daylight while promoting privacy and prohibiting views out. Locating windows higher in the wall delivers more light
Clerestory windows an interesting idea for Great room
Clerestory windows - coolest! Now we have a name...
transom windows preserves midcentury look, adds light and interest.
Awesome clerestory windows and interesting ceiling
clerestory windows above glass facade for lighting
reveals the clerestory windows that sit between the two ceiling planes. These high windows help bring in natural light even when the blinds are closed for privacy.More:Ceilings: The Fifth ElementCuckoo for Coffered Ceilings
the clerestory here seemingly makes the upper ceiling float. The effect is especially pronounced when the clerestory windows are designed to be out of sight.
Minnetonka ResidenceALTUS Architecture + Design
Windows in bathroom (top of shower)
I like the idea of small windows all the way around the top
window trim and windows on this one
sliver window used high in the wall of a shower or bathing space especially attractive. Note how the ceiling plane appears to hover or float. The clerestory window creates this unique effect; it reduces the apparent weight of the ceiling plane, replacing it with a view to the outdoors.Effect: A brightly
House by the lake Valle de Bravo ,Mexico.Eduardo Hernandez Ch. Architect / CHK Arquitectura
tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect.
tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect."
hide light source i.e. solar tube, skylight, clerestory window
Hide the light source. Lighting a space from an unseen vantage point does two things: It emphasizes architectural form or structure, and it adds mystery and depth, especially to small spaces. Consider a skylight, solar tube or clerestory window to achieve
tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect.This house has been carved into the site’s topography. The hidden light source recalls both the weight of the surrounding earth and the change in elevation from one side to the other. It’s a complex house that never reveals itself all at once, and the light
living roomMaryann Thompson Architects
love the clerestory windows in this room. Can you tell me what their make is and what their dimensions are?
Upper windows are called 'clerestory' windows.
More lovely clerestory windows! This looks almost like an Eichler... maybe too much glass?
band of clerestories allows more daylighting when the curtains are closed for privacy.
West Dry Creek ResidenceNick Noyes Architecture
I love the look of the stacked windows, one open, and the door. I would love to know who the manufacturer is. Thank you.
aluminum windows are made by www.bonelli.com - the other windows are clad Eagle windows - they were clad with an aluminum finish. Best, Nick
windows for more light & circulation.
What if we did this in the front of house, over garage, instead of two bigger windows? We like this look, or similar, and would love the light throughout
A continuous line of clerestory windows under
Clerestory windows set directly under the eaves of a roof can also make the roof seem to float and hover above the house walls. This visual effect of defying gravity is why clerestories have been used so much in religious buildings, where a lightness and reaching up to the heavens is a driving
Dining RoomRWA Architects
high square windows in any room
The built in cabinet, the woodwork and all the windows
Love high windows an room color
square windows along the wall! :)
I love the way clerestory windows let in light and let you see the sky. In the new house, the sight will be very wooded. Clerestory windows will show more of
Clerestory windows set high on the wall are often protected by roof overhangs, which allow winter sun in but protect the home from summer-sun heat. Retractable awnings can offer the best of both worlds, suggests the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors: When they're retracted, the home
My earthy, contemporary homeBrenna Barzenick
for the windows in your house?). We have to decide on redwood, Western red cedar, cedar, etc. for our wood slats. Yours are perfect. May I ask what you used? We may do shed dormers like you used, too. Gorgeous design!
love what the clerestory windows do to the elevation!
celestory windows, metal roof
windows aluminium outside, pine inside
small windows at roofline
roofline and clerestory windows
The skylight windows are awesome.
windows near roofline, metal rood
dormer windows in split roof
Like roof type and windows
High windows...Roof with windows...Roof windows...Clerestory windows...Red Clad Windows...top light windows...windows peaking...clerestory windows