One of the main sustainable products for reducing fuel consumption is a double-glazed window. Despite the positive impacts of these windows in Iran, maybe usage of them has negative effects on environmental connectivity. Environmental connectivity is important in Iranian’s culture in different aspects of privacy and nature relatedness that has influenced the architecture of Windows. The aim of this research is to study the cultural pathology of double glazed windows in today's housing of Iran by analyzing Spearman correlation coefficient. Also, we suggest patterns from traditional windows to improve the environmental connectivity culture by focusing on sustainable designing.