Window Patterns. The windows in most residential houses and public buildings in the Jewish Orthodox neighborhoods during this period consist of two elements: twin arched windows and decorative wroughtiron grilles. Some of the more elaborately designed windows, with stylized wooden frames and colored glazing, are to be found in some synagogues and several mansions, built in the Bukharan Quarter at the turn of the 20th century. Some of the interiors in synagogues, mainly in the Jewish Quarter in the Old City are enhanced by elaborately carved stone ornaments.