architectural volume

architectural volume

[¦är·kə¦tek·chər·əl ′väl·yəm]
(civil engineering)
The cubic content of a building calculated by multiplying the floor area by the height.

architectural volume

The cubic content of a building calculated by multiplying the floor area by the height. For foundations, the average depth of footing to the finish floor is used. For roofs (other than flat roofs), the average height is used.
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