Sun Loggia is an open-sided extension to a house, typically of stone or brick construction, that allows for sun exposure.
Loggia is derived from the Italian word for ‘lodge’ however it is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary (O.E.D.) as a gallery or arcade having one or more of its sides open to the air; and also an open-sided extension to a house, typically of stone or brick construction. In real estate, it is sometimes referred to as a Sun Loggia, as most modern constructs incorporate the notion of sunroom (which is completely enclosed) with a loggia that has open walls. Historically, a traditional loggia is could only be accessed from inside and intended as a place for leisure. Loggias are different from porticos which are focused on entrances. They are also different from verandas which are an attached roof structure on the outside of a building; loggias are part of the integral architecture of a building. Here are some historical citations of ‘sun loggia’ in newspapers and literature.
- 1921 N.Y. Times 21 Dec. 37/1 (caption): Sun Loggia.
- 2008 Observer (Nexis) 4 May: Wandering around this beautifully realised building, with its vast, sea-facing sun loggia and new floor of posh suites on what was previously the flat roof.
- 2016 Neither Nowt Nor Summat: In Search of the meaning of Yorkshire. Ian McMillan 163: The morning was shining through the thin curtains and I imagine Mary and Jack sitting in the ‘sun loggia‘, which is what they called their conservatory, him reading Trout and Salmon and her knitting a set of bootees for the ‘the poor children who lived cheek by jowl’ as she called them.
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Credits and references:
- Header photo credit: Image from unsplash.com/@thmsr
- “loggia, n.”. OED Online. June 2020. Oxford University Press. https://www.oed.com/view/Entry/109776?redirectedFrom=loggia (accessed July 24, 2020).