Fixed windows above windows/doors - square?
Above-door windows in *garage*
Verticals between doorway and windows dominate
Transom window panes are wider than door panes but overall frame is the same
Strong pillar between door and window
Doors plus transom = 1 unit
Strong vertical between door and window
The two openings+transoms are separate
One transom vertically split - extends beyond door: not sure I like that
Tops of window and door even, space between (but there's no transom)
Strong vertical between door and window, each with transom... above an equally strong horizontal
Low-silled window next to door, each with transom. Strong vertical, but maybe this isn't fair game: the wall breaks there.
Low-silled window between two doorways, each of the three units has its own transom; vertical dividers are strong, horizontal less so
Doorway+transom, window+transom each its own vertical unit
Doorway sections different widths, transoms match: vertical prevails
What belongs to the door is door width and vertically separated from the rest
Hmmm. A transom vertical that *doesn't* correspond to anything else.
NB Right part of the ground floor: door beside windows, the door and windows proper are the same height, transoms above are the same height, but each vertical unit is separate.
Different thickness of horizontals is jarring
Door right beside low-silled windows, each opening with its own transom
NB Vertical divisions between doorway and windows dominate
Horizontal division stronger
X Much out of line
Doorway and windows vertically separated
Deck around trees (but also transom)--and this is in *Toronto*