- a diagram of one room, apartment, or entire floor of a building, usually drawn to scale.
Origin of floor plan
First recorded in 1865–70
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Examples from the Web for floor plan
Again, the kitchen that can be built to one floor-plan cannot be built to another.
The floor-plan of a house has a definite relation to house keeping requirements, which is not fully appreciated.
The window seat may have a window at each end, as shown in the floor-plan, or panels, as indicated in the elevation.
In the average house the architect's task seems virtually confined xx to the elevations and floor-plan.The Decoration of Houses
- a drawing to scale of the arrangement of rooms on one floor of a buildingCompare elevation (def. 5)
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