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  • There is a relaxed feel about the place – the exhibitions continue into the curious glass-roofed office, where you can poke your head in and peruse the art while staff are hard at work.

    10 of the best arts venues in north London

  • Mr. Graves and I were sitting in the glass-roofed room just off his kitchen, which boasted an Alessi kettle, toaster, tray, cream set and pitcher—a kind of Michael Graves product show.

    Michael Graves

  • I'd love to create a glass-roofed siding, and also add a couple of metres at the back, bringing it to the same depth as the neighbour's extension.

    How do I know I will get planning permission before I buy my flat?

  • Sixteen models from the reserves, some never before shown in public, have been re-assembled under the immense glass-roofed nave of the Grand Palais for "La France en Reliefs"—a spectacular, beautifully mounted, must-see show.

    France's Visionary Scale-Model Cities

  • The most original architectural feature was the Crystal Palace, a continuous glass-roofed, arcaded mall that contained the commercial district of the town.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • Several glass-roofed arcades were built in North America: a Greek Revival arcade in Providence, Rhode Island, that opened as early as 1829; a block-long arcade in Toronto; an impressive five-story structure in Cleveland; and the Gothic Revival Arcade Building in downtown Saint Louis.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • Partners opens with a 63-foot-high glass-roofed courtyard and symmetrical glass pavilions housing the museum's American collections and blending in smoothly with the Beaux Arts original.

    Museums Sprout Wings

  • Joseph Paxton, who built the Crystal Palace, proposed an enormous glass-roofed arcade more than a hundred feet high and ten miles long.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • Ritzy passenger cars with glass-roofed upper decks.

    Clowns, Naked Ladies and Plenty of Beer

  • Ritzy passenger cars with glass-roofed upper decks.

    Clowns, Naked Ladies and Plenty of Beer

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