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balcony vs terrace WordReference Forums Jan 4, 2017 Since it's based on the ground floor (first floor for AE), can I say it's a balcony (or it's called a terrace when on the ground floor)? Thank you in advance. lobelia.ophrys .. the surrounding ground. A terrace is far bigger than a patio and has significantly more width than depth (except for roof-terraces.) Balcony:

Why we have a high success rate on planning appeals for balconies Jun 5, 2016 All types of properties benefit from roof terraces and balconies, but they are especially valuable on first floor flats with no other access to private outside space. A small one bedroom city flat is transformed by the opportunity to site outside on a small patio area, to drink a beer and take some air. Demand for

Stylish balcony ideas and how to retrofit a roof terrace Aug 13, 2015 TYPES OF BALCONY. Can't tell your Juliet from your Cantilevered? Follow this jargon-busting guide. Juliet: This is a glass door on an upper floor with a safety railing. It provides more light than a standard window but doesn't increase the size of your home, so may not require planning permission.

15 Ways to Incorporate Balconies, Juliet Balconies and Roof Terraces Sep 2, 2016 Check out these inventive ways to bring the outside in and the inside out on upper floors.

First Floor Balcony Houzz Top it off with a balcony - The second-floor balcony on this period property is cute, but that first-floor spot is stunning. It's also an excellent use of space; the simple, modern extension has been utilised to the very max by turning its roof into this large first-floor balcony. Your builder or architect will be able to advise on planning

Typical two-floors house with balcony and flat roof - YouTube Jul 7, 2015 Typical 2-floors house with balcony and flat roof created with Planner 5D https://planner5d.com/view/?key=f4bdb36a918a76d1e5e08fb7568d6bae&prcode=53bc54.

What's the Difference Between a Balcony and a Terrace? - Patio May 15, 2014 “A terrace is an external, raised, open, flat area in either a landscape or a building or as a roof terrace on a flat roof. ” “Terrace” is actually used at the edge of a hill or cliff. The word terrace gives more description as to the physical surroundings of the outdoor structure whereas a patio is on flat level ground.

Balconies and terraces occupy half of P+0 Architecture's IPE House Aug 5, 2014 IPE House by David Pedroza. Expanded metal mesh was used to give an industrial feel to the balustrade of a staircase that connects the garden with the first floor terrace. The stairs will eventually be extended to reach another terrace on the building's roof. IPE House by David Pedroza. Photography is by

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