Difference between revisions of "Casement window"

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#Window hung vertically, hinged one side, so that it swings inward or outward.
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# Window hung vertically, hinged one side, so that it swings inward or outward.
#A window frame that is hinged on one vertical side, and which swings open to either the inside or the outside of the building. Casement windows often occur in pairs.<ref>[https://architecturaltrust.org/outreach/education/glossary-of-architectural-terms/ Glossary of Architectural Terms]</ref>
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# A window frame that is hinged on one vertical side, and which swings open to either the inside or the outside of the building. Casement windows often occur in pairs.<ref>[https://architecturaltrust.org/outreach/education/glossary-of-architectural-terms/ Glossary of Architectural Terms]</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:23, 13 October 2021

  1. Window hung vertically, hinged one side, so that it swings inward or outward.
  2. A window frame that is hinged on one vertical side, and which swings open to either the inside or the outside of the building. Casement windows often occur in pairs.[1]


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