- n. Plural form of mezzanine.
“mezzanines" or sleeping-lofts so that someone can sleep in a room even while the floor area remains available for working at a desk etc.”
“They're small and oddly shaped, considering that they cover more than 2.4 million square feet of Metro's platforms and mezzanines.”
“By contrast, floodlamps recessed in the low, flat ceilings of mezzanines provide illumination for spatially compressed platform areas below mezzanines.”
“Walking or standing on mezzanines and platforms, travelers experience feelings of being at once in an intimate and a communal space.”
“Below mezzanines, one must stand directly under a recessed downlight to read anything.”
“To augment illumination of vaults high overhead, some of the Metro-brown, triangular pylons standing on station platforms and mezzanines contain concealed floodlights that throw light upward.”
“And platform spaces beneath escalators and stairs leading to mezzanines can feel especially ominous, a bit like lightless alleys where "lurking" comes to mind.”
“Marble staircases spiraled their way to the mezzanines and balconies, while steam elevators huffed into the air like sky rockets taking flight.”
“Even if the actual plants in the actual building weren't Second Nature, even if there weren't any plants or mezzanines in the building at all, the brand had still taken root in the readers of that magazine and their lives.”
“Much of the backbreaking work in today's dark, four-level plant will be replaced by computerized workstations in an airy, one-story layout, with mezzanines and overhead walkways to improve safety by reducing pedestrian traffic on the factory floor.”
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