Why is there a -1 level, that is only partially underground, instead of just having a basement? How is it called?


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  1. I’m not sure what it’s called, but it allows fresh air and light to enter the rooms below.

    There could be an outside space as well, but that’s more of a bonus.

  2. In my experience, this is referred to as a garden level in the United States. Although a garden level is theoretically between complete basement and ground floor, it is somewhat unclear because I have lived in a building where the ground floor is 3-4 feet above ground and the basement isn’t totally subterranean.

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