●Window model: CC01 / CC01-10
●Paint standard: Teknos environmentally friendly waterborne paint
●Hardware standard: customized hardware of quintessence of Chinese culture series
●Latticed window, a type of outer window in ancient Chinese architecture, has a shape similar to the upper half of lattice doors, with a wind sill underneath to facilitate horizontal opening. Located on the sill walls of each room on either side of the nave door, it evolved from the latticework door, so the form is similar.
It is located on the threshold walls of the halls and rooms on either side of the entrance. Latticed window originated from lattice doors and bears a resemblance in its form as well.
●The latticed door is one of the decorative components in traditional Chinese architecture, which can be found in both ordinary residences and royal palaces. It is an indispensable element in ancient buildings. It is often installed between the golden pillars or eaves of a building and is also known as a lattice door. As the most commonly used form of door in ancient architecture, this type of door first appeared in the Tang Dynasty and was widely adopted after the Song Dynasty, mostly for residential decoration. It is often used in rows, commonly in sets of four, six, or eight panels.
●It is commonly used in palaces, temples, mansions, and gardens.