open floor

open floor

A floor whose joists are visible from the floor below.
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"Now, if I kill him here, Nagaina will know; and if I fight him on the open floor, the odds are in his favor.
A BID to restore parliament's power to question government ministers on the open floor has been tabled.
Eugene, OR, January 12, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Stephanie Coats lists gorgeous Bruce Wiechert Home with an open floor plan.
Recently renovated top to bottom, the apartment has a versatile, open floor plan and is outfitted with top-quality finishes.
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"This will ensure that we have capacity for growth, and the open floor plan will provide opportunities for teams and individuals to focus, learn, collaborate, and socialize," says Cummins Filtration General Manager Amy Davis.
The SBX series of "self-bailing" boats have an open floor plan that is welded and sealed above the water line.
Write out Loud with open floor poetry is a new series of open floor poetry sessions being held at Marsden Library.
You'll find the style interesting, especially if you crave a home that's all about hospitality, with open floor plans.
It has high ceilings, an open floor plan, a pool and dock.