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It was designed with large plate glass display windows and large merchandising areas.
In its original construction, each store had large plate glass display windows held in by tubular aluminum, known as an "open design."
Photographs emphasizing serendipity include a memorable shot of young parents and their baby resting on the interior ledge of a store's glass display window.
In his latest escapade, he had backed into the plate glass display window of the Loon's Call Book and Gift Shop.
The entire stone volume appears to float above a ribbon of glass display windows on street level, and its vast expanse of limestone glows in the late afternoon sunlight.
The lower level features continuous plate glass display windows, with a curved corner above set apart by string courses or "speed lines", inset with glass block clerestory windows.
The many windows wrapping around Madison Avenue onto the side street have been boarded up - not with plywood, but with giant oil paintings depicting elegant glass display windows.
She could still make out a faint gleam of candlelight coming from behind a hanging at the rear when she put her face close to the glass display window to one side of the door.
Glass display window, protect the products when it is nontransparent, and may used for projector to introduce products, while when it is transparent, it may be used for store advertising.
The front facade features a large curved glass display window on the first floor and an austere, peach-colored terra-cotta wall with a large rectangular window of structural glass block at the second and third floors.
Freddie's goal was a narrow building, six stories high, just a few doors back up the block, with the words DIAMOND EXCHANGE among other words in gold on its bullet-proof glass display window.
No sooner have they left their signature messages on apartment walls and the metal roll-down gates that protect the glass display windows of retail stores than crews from Partners in Grime, a cleaning specialist, arrive with solvents and pressure washers to clean them off.
Before he could decide whether to scramble into the street or crouch behind a column, the bus swung sharply left, tore through a lamppost and, in its final act, pounded into the glass display windows of Pfaltzgraff, scattering expensive plates and cups and barely missing Mr. Horvitz.