latticed latticed


  • (adj) having a pattern of fretwork or latticework



  1. Gerard's solution: a chamber-sized stage contrived by drapes and latticed arches, brilliantly simple sets in handsome pastels and white.
  2. You'll be stepping from your latticed front door onto the quiet street and feeling like you belong even if it is just for the weekend.
  3. From a platform in the center of the vast space--still latticed with girders and pipes, its walls temporarily lined with giant TV screens--Van Deursen lays down a challenge.


  • Construction Watch: Design Boom reports that construction is...

    Design Boom reports that construction is well underway at the Louvre Abu Dhabi, a project by French starchitect (who turns 68 today!) Jean Nouvel. The latticed dome (a "fibrous, aperture-ridden layer of the monumental curve" that "acts as both a...
    on August 13, 2013     Source: Curbed

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