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noun
a floor plan without fully enclosed spaces for distinct rooms.
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Origin of open plan

First recorded in 1935–40

OTHER WORDS FROM open plan

open-plan, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for open plan

open-plan

adjective
having no or few dividing walls between areasan open-plan office floor
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