Historically, round windows were regularly used in the stained-glass designs found in medieval churches. They could also be found in ships where they acted as portholes for passengers to watch the sea pass by from within. Today, they've been implemented into numerous modern homes and commercial buildings in ways that are both thoughtful and unexpected. Take a look at some interesting examples we've discovered recently.
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