Latticework is an openwork framework consisting of a criss-crossed pattern of strips of building material, typically wood or metal. The design is created by crossing the strips to form a network. Latticework can be purely ornamental, or can be used as a truss structure such as a lattice girder bridge.
In India, the house of a rich or noble person may be built with a baramdah or verandah surrounding every level leading to the living area. The upper floors often have balconies overlooking the street that are shielded by jalis (latticed screens) carved in stone latticework that keeps the area cool and gives privacy.
- Lattice screen at Amber Fort
- Latticework window in Iran
- Eiffel Tower latticework detail
- Lattice truss bridge in Vermont
- Brise soleil
- Lattice tower
- Lattice truss bridge
- Lattice stool
- Trellis (architecture)
- Wattle (construction)
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