- n. Plural form of mullion.
“Fragments of brick window frames (or "mullions"), diamond-shaped window glass and lead strips spoke of leaded glass windows set in brick plastered to look like stone.”
“The heavy white mullions on the French doors might be prison bars keeping them from the bright world outside.”
“Like other buildings of the period, it has long, vertical windows with delicate mullions.”
“Chabon is a certified master of the language, taking the reader on sweeps and bounds through imagery set at a new level: “Thunder harried the building like a hound, brushing its crackling coat against the spandrels and mullions, snuffling all the windowpanes.””
“The white window mullions are especially egregious in contrast to the rust, running red and staining sidewalks, cars and yoga mats.”
“The main distinction in Mr. Stern's design is the inclusion of dozens of what he calls "dancing mullions.”
“The strong dark mullions of the original tower are both contrasted against lighter travertine panels, and counterbalanced with a complementary palette of fumed oak, walnut, marble and bronze.”
“The second 9. 7m high ‘Chinese lantern’ box is clad in dark glass and features applied aluminium mullions in a geometric pattern, whilst the third and final 12. 2m high box is clad in stone, in the colour of sand to blend in with its environs, in seemingly random grain patterns.”
“Goethe looked for chromatic effects at places where light and dark edges intersect, such as along the edges of dark mullions crossing bright windows.”
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