Clerestory Roof

A clerestory window is a window that permits light into a structure but is too high to see out of. As a result, the phrase "clerestory roof" refers to any roof that has been designed with clerestory windows. The half-monitor roof is another name for this type of roof.

This structure has two sides as opposed to the mono-pitched roof's single side. The tiny height difference and slight overlap allow you to show greater depth in your designs. A highly inventive design all around. The optimal house direction will allow the sun to enter from the higher area and brighten your base. This type of roof is primarily utilized in contemporary homes and churches.

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