Advice on windows, doors and other openings Stunning entryway — Specified engineering was incorporated in the Airform design that created this inviting, augmented front entryway. Bay window — This kitchen bay window helps to create a bright, cheerful, informal dining area. Inset windows — In the living area of Charca Casa, inset windows provide light and offer a great view of the nearby pond. Oval-shaped window — This oval-shaped window reflects the shape of this Monolithic Dome home in Bandera, Texas. Rounded frame — A smoother augment can be achieved by using rounded window bucks. Square frame — This square augment was installed properly and is wrinkle-free. However, it is much easier to achieve smooth results by using rounded window bucks. Outset cutouts — These outset openings and dormers provide clean lines and a conventional appearance. Inset cutouts — These inset windows and door help to create a beautiful, shaded entryway. Gothic arches — Four interconnected Monolithic Domes serve as the Public Works Complex for the city of Price, Utah. Cylinder openings connect the domes and give each a Gothic entryway. Cylinder opening — Glass blocks enhance the interior as well as the exterior of Peggy Atwood’s Monolithic Dome home in the Catskill National Forest, near Woodstock, New York. Square skylight — Home of Gary Clark in Italy, Texas utilizes a porch addition, inset windows on the Orion wall and square skylights on the second floor. Round skylights — Round skylights allow ample light into this Monolithic Dome home.