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floor plan

a drawing to scale of the arrangement of rooms on one floor of a building

Floor plan

A drawing representing a horizontal section taken above a floor to show, diagrammatically, the enclosing walls of a building, its doors and windows, and the arrangement of its interior spaces.

floor plan

[′flōr ‚plan]
(architecture)
A diagram of a floor showing partitions, doors, windows, and other features.

floor plan

A drawing; a horizontal section taken above a floor to show, diagrammatically, the enclosing walls of a building, its doors and windows, and the arrangement of its interior spaces.
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Bob Cusack, CEO at TruPlace, said : "We've been working hand in hand with Barefoot's technology team to fully integrate the TruPlace Interactive Floor Plans and centralized image management system into Barefoot s vacation rental software.
The three floor plans, the Wexford, the Glenshaw, and the Atherton include spacious, open floor plans, gourmet kitchens, significant room for growing families and extensive outdoor space great for entertaining.
After a long day of seeing many different properties, the 3-D floor plans stand out and have the most lasting impression on the prospect," Weber says.
Just several years ago, floor plans existed only in paper format, which made the diligence process for both large and small real estate deals needlessly long and complex," said Jay Machain, director of creative services for RDM.
In addition to the hosting fee, SFW requires a one-time installation fee, which includes installing the floor plans and, in some cases, creating the CAD files.
An interactive floor plan is the most effective way to show what you can do [to accommodate structural changes]," says Cheryl Hoffman, director of sales and marketing at Airston, which closes about too move-up homes a year in Northern Virginia.
Wave consists of a phalanx of identical curved tiles cast from a patented mix of paper pulp and cement, each imprinted with a two-room floor plan and the letter C (for "closet") and arranged on the gallery floor to create a single undulating wave.
When we bought our house in Granada Hills in 1995 we thought it was a monstrosity and it's still a work in progress, but all the work has been been worth it since we discovered the original floor plan, which showed it was an Eichler home,'' says Adriene Biondo, who lives with her husband, John Eng, in the Balboa Highlands tract.
In the past--and even today--more often than not expo managers and decorators managed their floor plans with either desktop CAD programs, or paper plans.
When you're all done, you can laminate these floor plans and post them by the electrical panel.
WITH THE PRACTICE OF CLUSTER PLANNING, THE TRADITIONAL floor plans of senior living facilities are evolving into innovative arrangements of Main Streets, neighborhoods, and households.
SIR: In discovering that you had missed out one of the floor plans in your review of Mr Pawson's beautiful house I became involved in carefully examining the circulation (AR May, p93).