Atrium

Nama lain serambi jantung.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
atrium (noun)
1.
the central room of a Roman house
2.
a) a rectangular open patio around which a house is built
b) a many-storied court in a building (as a hotel) usually with a skylight
3.
New Latin, from Latin an anatomical cavity or passage , especially the chamber or either of the chambers of the heart that receives blood from the veins and forces it into the ventricle or ventricles - see heart illustration
Atrium (Wikipedia)

An Atrium a large open space within a building, often featuring a glass roof

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