In the original design, the front door, or portone, was planned to be a single solid door. We thought that this might make the entry hall too dark, so we decided to add an arch window over the door. (Having a solid arched door is expensive, so I’d guess an arched door with glass at the top would be very expensive.)
As we looked for examples to help us design this window, nearly all the examples were over a two-piece door, opening in the middle. As that seemed to be more traditional, we opted to use that style rather than a single door. Solid rectangular doors, with the arch window above.
We had to change the door decision. It turns out the opening is 110cm (43 in) instead of 140cm (55 in). That’s too narrow for a two-piece door. So we’re back on a one nice-sized rectangular door with the arched window above and the tettoia on the outside.
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