Recent Examples of loggia from the Web
The home’s main entrance is reached through a square loggia with a wall fountain.
Mature landscaping, a covered loggia, a fire pit with seating, a bar, a built-in barbecue and a swimming pool with a spa and waterfall feature complete the grounds.
The study is on the second level with incredible views and French doors leading to the loggia.
Outdoors are an additional 4,000 square feet of loggia spaces and a heated swimming pool.
Great room and loggia design: Sherry Hart; 404-234-2768; sherryhartdesigns.com.
Today the stone-and-wood structure needs new doors, windows, and stairs; floors sag and the loggia could use a paint job.
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Origin and Etymology of loggia
Italian, from Old French loge lodge
First Known Use: 1742See Words from the same year
LOGGIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of loggia for English Language Learners
: an area on the side of a building that has a roof and that is open on one side
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