I spent the past hour to draw a map of my home, and this is the result:
As you can see from the plant, there are 3 hollow areas labelled as A, B and C.
- The area A is just behind the kitchen
- The area B is just behind the pipes of the gas counter.
- The area C is between two bathrooms
I tried to give explanations to each of them:
The "room" is made out of drywall and if I knock on it is obviously empty.
There aren't any evident pipes in it, because the water for the kitchen comes from the wall on the left (the cm207.4 wall).
There's just the tube for the extractor hood on the top of it, but I hardly believe a ~1 square meter chamber is needed just for this purpose...
The gas counter is on the right of this room, part of it may be needed for the gas pipes, but again, it's a quite big area just for few pipes?
This is between two bathrooms so I thought it could be needed for the discharge of the waters, but I never seen a so large area dedicated to this, in my previous home there wasn't any relevant space reserved for this stuff.
To give some context, this is a Hungarian (Budapest) home, built on top of an existing historic building (they added 2 new floors). I live on the first of the 2 added floors.
I would like to, at least, get rid of the area A, because it takes a lot of space. But I'm not sure if this is something feasible or not.
Do you have better explanations for the presence of these areas (especially A)?