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Definition of "open-plan" []

  • Having large rooms with few dividing barriers such as partitions (adjective)

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Use "open-plan" in a sentence
  • "In America, we’ve seen more and more so-called open-plan kitchens—kitchens that blend seamlessly into dens or other sprawling rooms."
  • "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."
  • "We always tell readers to look for properties with open-plan kitchen and dining areas or big patios where everyone can gather and cook, eat, and visit."