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[ LOH-djə ]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: Italian, mid 18th century

1 .

A gallery or room with one or more open sides, especially one that forms part of a house and has one side open to the garden.

2 .

An open-sided extension to a house.

Examples of Loggia in a sentence

" Many modern houses feature a loggia that leads to the backyard and garden. "

" Kevin loved to spend mornings on his loggia, drinking coffee and reading the paper. "

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About Loggia

Loggia developed from the Italian word “lodge” (a small house).

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People most commonly encounter a loggia in a museum, palace, or another grand, important building. Loggia in public spaces are characterized by large arches and natural lighting — they can be found in warmer environments that allow open-air spaces.

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