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  • noun Plural form of clerestory.

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Examples

  • In addition to bending the house, slicing and unfolding it in a manner similar to Japanese Origami is introduced to create clerestories allowing opportunities for daylighting and natural ventilation.

    READER TIP: Bent Sliced House by Hufft Projects | Inhabitat

  • They have added natural lighting on both floors, using state-of-the-art windows with protective filters and side skylights known as clerestories.

    The Barnes in a New Light

  • In addition to bending the house, slicing and unfolding it in a manner similar to Japanese Origami is introduced to create clerestories allowing opportunities for daylighting and natural ventilation.

    hufftprojects | Inhabitat

  • Some of those windows are also ventilating clerestories.

    PrairieMod Monday

  • My only complaint was that much of the art was displayed high in the clerestories of the departure-gate waiting areas, which meant a lot of neck craning and picking your way through feet and roll-aboards.

    Greetings from Airworld!

  • My only complaint was that much of the art was displayed high in the clerestories of the departure-gate waiting areas, which meant a lot of neck craning and picking your way through feet and roll-aboards.

    Greetings from Airworld!

  • Speaking of clerestories, are they operable, to heat-chimney the famously sultry New Orleans air through the structure?

    Archive for » 2007 » August : Green Building Elements

  • Speaking of clerestories, are they operable, to heat-chimney the famously sultry New Orleans air through the structure?

    Global Green’s Holy Cross Development in New Orleans

  • "There is a large table in the northwest corner of the library, right under one of the clerestories, so that on most days you won't need a lamp-"

    Ordermaster

  • From the light filtering in from the clerestories she judged it to be just past noon, perhaps one o'clock.

    The Legacy of Heorot

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