cutaway

From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Design
cutawaycut‧a‧way1 /ˈkʌtəweɪ/ adjective AVDa cutaway model, drawing etc is open on one side so that you can see the details inside itcutaway noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
cutawayEach station has a cutaway wall, framed behind thick glass, showing the strata through which the archaeologists dug.
cutawaycutaway2 noun [countable] a short part of a television programme or a film that shows something different from the main action, for example an image of someone listening to a person who is talking As he continued with his speech, cutaways showed the audience looking bored.