Balcony/ loft/ closed loft/ bay window (erker)/ attic

Balcony/ loft/ closed loft/ bay window (erker)/ attic

Balcony/ loft/ closed loft/ bay window (erker)/ attic 1920 1080 Μηχανικοί | Κρίτων O.E. Kriton

Open Balcony (balcony):
is the horizontal projection of the floor or the roof, which projects beyond the surfaces of the building’s facades and is used for temporary stay of people or their access to areas of main or auxiliary use.

* At the level of the ground floor and by extension its floor, when the open exterior (“ground floor terrace”) is boarded up, it is considered to be a configuration of the surrounding space.

Internal balcony (loft): is the accessible space located within a space, where the underlying surface meets the conditions of a main use space and has access from this space or the shared staircase of the building or the central staircase of a self-contained independent property. It is an annex of the underlying use, has a total net area, not including its external walls, of less than 70% of the gross area of ​​the underlying space, is not considered a floor and is not an independent property.

Closed loft: is the accessible storage space with a free height of up to 1.80 m without a permanent ladder structure, has an auxiliary use, is not considered a floor and cannot be an independent property. It is located within a space, where the underlying surface meets the conditions of space of main or auxiliary use.

Bay window (“erker”): it is the closed from all external sides’ horizontal projection of the floor of a part of a building that projects beyond the surfaces of the facades of the building and protrudes from the contour of the floor. The closed exterior may have openings on its closed outer sides.

Attic: is an open or closed accessible space located under the sloping roof of the building and its floor may be at a lower height than the base of the roof. The attic can have access to the roof or the roof of a floor of the building or an open balcony or a closed balcony. There is no minimum or maximum ceiling height restriction.

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