ceiling height


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ceiling height

The clear vertical distance from the surface of the finished floor to the ceiling above it.
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* 49-33 31st Place, a one-story building with 50,000 square feet, three loading docks and one drive-in, ceiling heights ranging from 16 to 21 feet, and column spacing af 42 by 36 feet.
Having 10 steps provides a practical solution for the majority of ceiling heights (up to 9ft / 2.74m) plus, each step is constructed and safety tested to hold a maximum weight of 150kg (23.5stone).
The size of the average semi has nearly halved during the same period, while ceiling height has fallen from 10ft to 7ft 11ins.
If your room has a ceiling higher than 8 feet, you can translate AHAM's square footages into cubic feet by multiplying by 8 (the ceiling height AHAM assumes).
Ceiling Heights. In large spaces, varying the ceiling height creates a sense of space within a space.
The size of the first variant of this stereometric form, Die endlose Linie (The endless line, 1989), which Rutimann installed in the Shedhalle in Zurich, was based on the ceiling height there, and at 4.67 meters (ca.
With the floor level slightly lower than the external terrace and adjoining kitchen, the living room benefits from a slightly higher floor to ceiling height. This generosity is then further expanded into the lofty central light well, which is flanked by the single most dominant material intervention; a 6m high teak-lined wall.
A long-term lease for the 16,185 s/f in dustrial space, which features multiple loading docks and a unique 28-foot ceiling height, was signed with well-known industry leader, Thyssen Krupp Elevator Company.
Fabric and lighting are the meanest possible, the ceiling height is low, and you have to unravel a mental Ariadne's thread to assure your return.