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- The new block contains a new entrance at ground level and a mezzanine that projects over the entrance hall like a protruding tongue.
- Situated on the steps leading from ground floor to the mezzanine, entitled Artist's Breath, the work is infused with pathos and mystery.
- It's a light and breezy ground floor and mezzanine, not too clattery, doing brisk business on a weekday lunchtime.
- His design retains the north and south brick facades of the old building and inserts the new structure of six main floors and three mezzanines within them.
- The Science Centre has three 8m high floors, arranged with the possibility of inserting mezzanines inside the curved north facade.
- The planned refurbishment would remove the mezzanine, an important part of the building's heritage significance
- Steel girders have been used in its construction, which could allow for building of a second storey or mezzanine.
- It measures 9x7m and houses two mezzanine floors once connected by a spiral staircase.
- Above the wide steps, the next major level is an open mezzanine, also sharing the great window.
- The accommodation briefly comprises ground floor lounge bar, first floor mezzanine area, second floor catering kitchen (with service lift to bar area).
- The ground floor and mezzanine will be occupied by the society and the rest will be given over to other offices.
- The two-story spaces with interior stairwells and mezzanines also act as vertical bridges between floors in the six-story towers.
- The Malleswaram market in the new parking complex plan has a basement, ground floor, mezzanine, three floors and a terrace across 70,000 sq ft, as does the Seshadripuram market.
- The third, fourth and fifth floors also have mezzanines.
- The box has three sleeping areas: two at ground level and a bunk on a suspended mezzanine.
- Here, the architects added a mezzanine to create an extra 27,000 square feet of floor space.
- Elsewhere, concrete replaces rotten wood floors, window frames have been repaired, and a mezzanine was installed on the ground floor to expand exhibition space.
- Presiding over the spacious Bar Red dance floor is the decadent ‘Gold Man’ statue, which greets you as you ascend the spiral staircase to the Red mezzanine floor.
- The major structural change is the addition of a stair connecting the mezzanine to the upper level.
- They are countering the space loss by inserting a mezzanine between the ground and first floors.
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- I had a choice between back orchestra all the way on one side, and middle mezzanine.
- We're going to meet on the left side of the mezzanine between the opening act and The Fiery Furnaces to meet James [Mercer, her cousin and lead singer of The Shins] and get backstage passes.
- A $25 ticket earns a seat in the uppermost mezzanine, the floor set with chairs for the $250 people.
- A balcony above the mezzanine displayed the porcelain, clothing, and other goods offered for sale.
- Later I see the famous mad scene from the best seat in the house, perched atop a mezzanine in the Great Hall of Lammermoor Castle.
- Three women peered over the banister of the mezzanine.
- With good sightlines, a mezzanine and balcony that hovered over the action, and regularly scheduled doubleheaders, the Garden was a perfect venue for round-ball.
- The first people in the theatre, they walked out - but after the first night, there were lines around the theatre, they sold out the mezzanine.
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