Belgravia Green Floor Plan

Floor Plan of Belgravia Green

Belgravia Green Floor Plan layout is thoughtfully designed to enhance your living experience and bring more comfort to you and your family. Modern Contemporary Architectural Design with Sophisticated Touch & Interesting Façade Expression by the developer and designer have bring the development to a whole new level of efficient and luxury layout for Belgravia Green.

Belgravia Green Floor Plan -Inter Terrace Type T2

Belgravia Green Floor Plan -Inter Terrace Type T1

Belgravia Green Floor Plan -Semi D

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When reading the floor plan, you may like to understand some of the drawing means so that you have the full understanding of the floor plan.

Walls

This is obvious which lines represent the walls. However, the different link stroke have different meaning and signify the different type of wall. The 3 main type of wall in most development are structured wall, normal wall and gable end wall. The normal

Structure wall of a floor plan

The structure wall or pillar are wall that holds the building together. It is important that you cannot hacked a structural wall. The normal wall segregate the different area in the house such as the bedroom, study room, kitchen etc. Technically, you can hack off the normal wall, but you need to get relevant authority approval prior to the hacking. The Gable-end wall is the wall with short awnings on the exterior of the building to protect the apartment from the heat of the sun.

The Wall length from the floor plan

You can see numbers the surround the floor plan. This number a represent the wall dimension (the length) in millimetres (mm)

Doors shown in the floor plan

There are 4 type of common door symbols that normally been used in a floor plan layout.

The first type is the swing doors. Normally it is shown like a wedged looking corners and it swinging angle. Typically for room door it is swing inwards. The exception is normally the

Window shown in the floor plan

There are 3 common type of windows that you can find in a typical floor plan. The first type is sliding window which is normally shown as a thin, hollow line by the walls. It can be hard to notice on the plan. The other type is casement windows. Casement windows is the type that you can swing open like a door. It is normally represented by a closed wedge shapes. Normally, in the bathroom or utility room, there is small windows that is place near to the top for ventilation. This is the top hung windows.

Other symbol in a floor plan

 Stairs shown in a floor plan

For maisonettes and in some penthouses, there can be staircase in the unit. It is normally shown by lined rectangles with arrows indication the direction of the movement.

The 50/100 Drop in floor plan.

Normally, there is a drop in ceiling in wet area such as kitchen, bathroom and balcony. The drop is normally for the facilitation of better drainage and avoid flooding the other part of the house.


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