If a portion of the square or rectangular shape is missing in a floor plan it is considered a missing corner if it is one-third of the width or length of the house design.
Missing Corner on Floor Plan
A missing corner implies imbalance that effects the occupants to the home. Each area determines what occupant or area of life is affected.
Some common design shapes that may create missing corners are U-shapes, L-shapes, T-shapes, and Z-shapes.
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