Specialty Window Shapes
Eyebrow with Extended Legs—Also referred to as a segment head.
Gothic—Also referred to as a cathedral window
Gothic with Extended Legs
Photo courtesy of Hurd Windows & Doors
Half Eyebrow with Extended Legs—Left and right
Half-Round—Also commonly called an arch-top, circle-head, circle-top, radius-top or round-top.
Half-Round with Extended Legs—Also referred to as a springline window. The springline is the line dividing the curved or radius portion of the window from the rectangular portion.
Photo courtesy of Simonton Windows
Palladian—Combination window consisting of large, arch-top center window flanked by two shorter rectangular windows. Named after the Renaissance architect, Andrea Palladio.
Photo courtesy of Peachtree Doors & Windows
Quarter-Round—Left & Right
Trapezoids—Left & Right
Drawings courtesy of Ventana USA
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