open plan

noun
a floor plan without fully enclosed spaces for distinct rooms.
Compare closed plan.


Origin:
1935–40

open-plan, adjective
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To create a more open plan, one of the columns will be removed and there will be no bamboo replacement.
The living space follows an open plan integrating the dining and kitchen area which allows for great entertaining.
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