Traditional

1800-1920

 

Museo Casa de Colón, Las Palmas

Museo Casa de Colón, Las Palmas

Icod, Tenerife

Icod, Tenerife

Las breñas, Lanzarote

Las breñas, Lanzarote
The traditional window of the Canary Islands offers some wonderful examples of fragmentation of the woodwork to get the best comfort conditions in a warm climate.We can distinguish three overlapped bands on this kind of windows. The top stripe is dedicated to ventilation and lighting, the central one is dedicated to privacy, and the bottom is always fixed and opaque to form a support to the inner furniture, generating a space where the wall is thinner and the user can easily see the street. The photos of this study are mine (Ignacio Paricio) except for those marked with an [F], that correspond to the publication LA VENTANA TRADICIONAL (de Canarias) Fernando García Ramos y Fernández del Castillo, José Manuel Alonso López
 
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Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Braga
Portugal
Period: 
Traditional
 
 
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Case
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Place the photos were taken: 
la Pedrera
Provença, 261-265
08008 Barcelona
Spain
Period: 
Traditional
Architect: 
Antoni Gaudí
 
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Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Fornells, Menorca
Spain
Period: 
Traditional
 
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Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Myanmar Inle lake
Myanmar
Period: 
Traditional
 
Format: 
Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Myanmar Kalaw
Myanmar
Period: 
Traditional
 
Format: 
Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Plaça de Llorenç Vilallonga
07001 Palma de Mallorca , Illes Balears
Spain
Illes Balears
Period: 
Traditional
 
Format: 
Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Garraf
Avinguda de Llorach
Garraf , Barcelona
Spain
Barcelona
Period: 
Traditional
 
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Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Souq Market street. Marrakech
Morocco
Period: 
Traditional
 
Format: 
Photo
Place the photo was taken: 
Carrer de Pau Casals
43597 Arnes
Spain
Period: 
Traditional
Architect: 
Anònim

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