open-plan

ADJECTIVE
  1. (of rooms or buildings) having large rooms with few dividing partitions
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How To Use open-plan In A Sentence

  • Despite the increasing trend towards open-plan office environments, the owners and manager of small businesses want an office of their own.
  • The ink cartridge is an open-plan affair, with four ink tanks feeding to a head built into the carrier.
  • It comprises a large open-plan room with a basement, kitchenette and storage facilities underneath.
  • This is flanked by an open-plan garden with large side lawns and flowerbeds.
  • Every floor is predominantly open-plan and decorated in minimalist style using concrete and stone, and pale grey suede furniture.
  • At the opposite end of the Usine gallery is the couple's private headquarters, with two small bedrooms "If it were up to me, I'd live in a completely empty, white bedroom!" says the artist, an open-plan kitchen with a counter of 20-centimeter-thick steel, shiny stainless steel floors and a living room/office chockablock with prized pieces by Mr. Venet's wide circle of artist friends from the Minimalist and New Realist schools. Venet: A French Artist and His Domain
  • It was rejected as the venue for the championship because its open-plan design, around a central spiral stairway was considered impractical. Times, Sunday Times
  • The expansive kitchen has an open-plan living space and bifold doors. Times, Sunday Times
  • While we like the feeling of space that open-plan layouts give us, we also crave intimacy. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pad also boasts an open-plan kitchen-diner and a garden featuring a decorative bridge. The Sun
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