The layout of a building or portion of a building (apartment, office, etc.) showing the size of the rooms and the purpose of each (bath, bedroom, etc.). A good floor plan should be very important to a builder, since it will be important to a buyer or tenant.
a diagram of one room apartment or entire floor of a building Savvy condo investors are looking to Downtown San Diego to purchase investment properties to replace the disappearing apartment buildings that are being converted to condos
A scaled graphic representation of a horizontal section looking down through a building customarily taken at an elevation of three feet above the finished floor unless noted otherwise. Can be part of the working drawings, record drawings, space plan, or "core and shell" background drawings either on paper or in a CAD file.
Floor plans are a necessary tool when planning a move. For moving purposes, the floor plan is a map of the new space and should be posted in clear view so that the movers can refer to it for the proper placement of furniture and office contents. The floor plan should clearly show the associated move number of each office, workstation and common work area in the new space.
An architectural drawing showing the overall layout of a home. The size and shape of each room, as well as any optional configurations of those rooms, are shown on the floor plan. At Eastwood, most of our communities offer several plans from which to choose: single-story plans, two-story plans, etc.
The representation of a building which shows the basic outline of the structure, as well as detailed information about the positioning of rooms, hallways, doors, stairs and other features. Often includes detailed information about other fixtures and amenities.
1) Schematic drawing of an exhibit hall including dimensions, design, shape, entrances, aisles, numbered exhibit booth/stands, lounges, concession areas, restrooms, electrical/plumbing accessibility, etc. 2) Scale plan of the floor area of a hotel's event space. 3) Schematic drawing of a function room with specific requirements (dais, tables, chairs, etc.) drawn to scale.