The area table shows you a summary of the total area of your project.
It is made up of two sections:
- A header presenting your project’s key information
- Your area list room-by-room
GENERAL PRESENTATION of your project
In the first section, you will find the name of your project as well as 6 key informations:
- the number of main rooms
Any room larger than 9m² used either for sleeping or lounging is considered a “main room”. Bedrooms, living rooms, offices and libraries are all considered main rooms. However, bathrooms, toilets and kitchens do not come under this category.
- the number of rooms total
All the rooms in your project (whether liveable, technical etc.) are shown in this field, regardless of their dimensions or location.
- number of levels
- the living area
The living area is the total area of your project with a minimum ceiling height of 1.80 meters.
Outbuildings are not included in the living space, such as stairwells, garages, cellars, attics etc.
- the floor area
The floor area is the total interior surface of your project including both habitable and non-habitable spaces.
- the outside area
The outside area is the total of your exterior spaces: paths, patios and garden.
Note: This is different to your total land area as this does not include the area of the house itself.
AREA LIST room-by-room
Your rooms are grouped together by their level.
It is possible to expand/collapse the levels.
Room by room, you will find:
- the wall area
- the ceiling area
- the floor area
- the living space
- “Room not specified” or “Enter room name on plan to show measurements” refers to rooms that do not yet have a type and name. To name the room and specify the room type, return to the plan and click on “Room”.
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