loggia definition

  • noun:
    • An open-sided, roofed or vaulted gallery, either free-standing or over the front side or side of a building, frequently at an upper degree.
    • An open balcony in a theater.
    • A roofed, available gallery.
    • A roofed available gallery. It varies from a veranda in-being more architectural, and in developing more distinctly part of the key edifice that it's affixed; from a porch, in being intended perhaps not for entrance however for an out-of-door sitting-room.
    • In Italian arch.
    • A gallery or areade in a building, precisely within level of one or maybe more stories, operating over the front side or part of the front side for the building, and open on one or more part to the environment, where part is some pillars or slender piers.
    • a big ornamental screen in the middle of the chief tale of a building, frequently projecting from wall surface, as present in old Venetian palaces.
    • a roofed arcade or gallery with available edges stretching over the front or side of a building; usually at an upper level

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