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mezzanine

1. an intermediate storey, esp a low one between the ground and first floor of a building
2. Theatre US and Canadian the first balcony
3. Theatre Brit a room or floor beneath the stage

Mezzanine

A low-ceilinged story located between two main stories, it is usually constructed directly above the ground floor, often projecting over it as a balcony.

Mezzanine

 

an additional structure above the middle section of a house (usually a small house). Mezzanines often have a balcony. They became popular in Russia in the 19th century in low-story stone and, particularly, wooden buildings.

mezzanine, entresol

1. A low-ceilinged story or extensive balcony, usually constructed next above the ground floor.
2. In a theater, the lowest balcony or the forward part of the first balcony.
3. A space under the stage used for the manipulation of scenery in connection with a plateau lift system.
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One thing you don't want to do without is adequate soundproofing, because this could affect your enjoyment of the mezzanine and the room below.
Depending on where and how tall the room's windows are, the mezzanine could lack daylight, so you'll need bright artificial lights that can be operated from both levels of the room.
To provide storage space for the large increase in stock held on the premises, it was decided to install a mezzanine floor.
As part of the detailed specification, a cut-out was created in the platform to incorporate a conveyor, which the staff use to move boxes and other items between the shop floor and mezzanine level.
Installing a mezzanine floor has been the perfect answer for many retailers, providing substantially more space at minimal cost.
Provisions in the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 will restrict the construction of mezzanine floors and require proposals to be the subject of planning consent.
A mezzanine level can have all sorts of uses: a dressing room, home office, studio, spare room, or bed platform or play area in a child''s room (bed platforms also work well in high-ceilinged studio apartments).
So that you can stand up comfortably in both the mezzanine and the space underneath it, the room should have a ceiling height of at least 4.
Mezzanines can be installed without paying the landlord a premium.
Any changes to planning law which restrict mezzanines are less likely to hurt the bigger traders, and more likely to affect the high street retailers moving into retail parks.
Interphase is currently developing its next-generation of AdvancedTCA blades designed to offer maximized functional density and flexibility for utilizing the full capabilities of standard AdvancedMC mezzanine cards, a product strategy evolved from previously announced first-generation blades designed for use with PMC and PTMC mezzanine cards.
A FEATURE: You can create extra space by adding a mezzanine floor