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Doors in angle

Line Laurin architecte
January 7, 2019


If a unique office is seperated to create two different offices and the doors has to be built in angle to have enough space for the 2 doors, should the area line follow the angle or the original straight line?

I wish I could join a drawing to my question....


David Fingret
Extreme Measures Inc.
January 7, 2019

Hi Annie,

Most likely, you would keep the original measure line since it sounds like you now have an interior door setback condition. If you want confirmation, you can send your image to mail@xmeasures.com.


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