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The interior area of a building, calculated in square meters or square feet. The gross floor space/area
is the total floor area/floor space of all floors of a building calculated with the
external dimensions of the building including structures, partitions,
corridors, stairs. The net floor area/floor space is the sum of all areas
between the vertical building components (walls, partitions, etc), i.e.
gross floor area reduced by the area for structural components.
An architect can plan for either a single-story building consuming the entire allowable floor space in one floor, or a multi-story building
that rises higher above the plane of the land, but which must
consequently result in a smaller footprint than would a single-story
building of the same total floor area/floor space.
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