Corner window. .. but does it support mac? Corner window but does it support mac?
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - WolfPrince
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(10/06/2013) [-]
Why don't we have more of these?
#13 to #1 - kuchikirukia
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(10/06/2013) [-]
It's mostly only done for architectural art reasons because of glass distortion; obscuring interior reflection; the light is in the least useful part of the room and also difficult to control (it would look weird to have a shade drawn on one facing and open on the other); the view from inside the room is only the hypotenuse of the two sides; and the joint in the middle is going to be a problem due to house settling on two walls. It's also the expense of two windows (in dollars and wall real estate) but provides no cross-draft for room ventilation. And it doesn't work for general room mechanics -- normally furniture on the abutting side walls is pushed together to meet towards the corner, or we kitty-corner something there because the corner is depreciated for human use. If you put a full window there you need to leave the space open both for access and lighting. Basically, all the furniture gets pushed away from the corner and so you end up with less space in the room for furniture.

A window jammed right against the wall is the worst place for a window. Doing it again on the other side doesn't make it better.

So, um... that's why.
User avatar #16 to #13 - Einsty
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(10/07/2013) [-]
Then again, this allows for a very wide andle of view. Sure, there is a tradeoff, but still, to some this may be important. Especially if there's a nice enough view to look at.
#2 to #1 - taurusguy
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(10/06/2013) [-]
Call me a fool or a moron or whatever, but dont modern buildings have its weight supported on the corners and/or the center supports?
User avatar #3 to #2 - WolfPrince
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(10/06/2013) [-]
**** really? I though our love kept the building up.
#7 to #2 - Einsty
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(10/06/2013) [-]
Well, it could be a skeletal structure, but given you secure it well, even a standard wooden framework could do this. \the window is small and doesn't go across the whole wall. Then, it would be more problematic.
Though I am curious how exactly they solved the locking mechanism.
User avatar #15 to #7 - itemexchange
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(10/06/2013) [-]
make something so they lock together when both are shut
#12 to #2 - personz
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(10/06/2013) [-]
hey there a fool or moron or whatever
hey there a fool or moron or whatever
User avatar #4 to #2 - aTastyCooky
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(10/06/2013) [-]
>all buildings..
User avatar #5 - bitchplzzz
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(10/06/2013) [-]
but does it support mac?
#6 to #5 - superduperpuper
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(10/06/2013) [-]
No! This kind of windows doesn't run on mac 'n'cheese
#9 - andovaredoras
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#14 - hoopfan
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(10/06/2013) [-]
I'm just saying my house has these on opposite corners of the house and i thought it was pretty normal. Inb4 my house should be falling down.
User avatar #11 - bossguycumsplash
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(10/06/2013) [-]
That is an escape route.
User avatar #10 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN
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(10/06/2013) [-]
Doesn't seem like it would be weatherproof.
#8 - eomond
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(10/06/2013) [-]
Cheaper than a Corbel, but, oh dear, wall fall down.