# What is the standard hallway size?

### What is the standard hallway size?

The paths and corridors straight and without side exits can have a width between 1.00 and 1.20 m. The paths and corridors with side exits (doors or passages) with a width between 1.00 and 1.20 m only are admitted only in the event of transformation or renovation.

### How to calculate the living area of ​​a house?

To do this, simply multiply the width of a room by its length, for each room eligible for the calculation. Once you have the result for each room, all you have to do is add up all the spaces and that will give you the living area of ​​your house in m2.

### What is the living area of ​​a dwelling?

Minimum living area. According to article R.111-2 of the Construction and Housing Code, the living area of ​​a dwelling must be at least 14 square meters per inhabitant, for the first four inhabitants to integrate the dwelling.

### What is living area?

Definition of the living area Defined in article R. 156-1 of the Construction and Housing Code, the living area represents the sum of the floor areas of each room from which the areas occupied by the walls must be removed. , partitions, steps and stairwells, shafts, door and window embrasures.

### How to calculate the living space?

But their calculation rules are linked, since the living space is calculated by multiplying the living area by the ceiling heights. The living area is expressed in m2, while the living volume is calculated in m3. See as well. Surface out of work.