Definition of open-concept in English:

open-concept

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adjective

Canadian
  • another term for open-plan.
    More example sentences
    • Executive chef Pat Riley, whose resume includes Toronto's North 44 and Avalon restaurants, says his open-concept kitchen will offer market-based French-Mediterranean dishes.
    • A minor institution in its own right, especially thanks to the very popular Les Dimanches du conte storytelling series and the good beer, Sergent Recruteur always had a weird shape, with an open-concept two-level thing going on.
    • Most of the rooms are cubicle-style, open-concept kind of areas filled with a bunch of average-looking guys.

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