Looking through material design components, specifically text input fields the guidelines are really clear for input fields.
However, its unclear how to lay out non input text fields.
Say I've got a form like this:
That's fine if the user is expecting to edit all the fields, however, I've often got this kind of information read-only (or it doesn't make sense to edit it ever like if it's reporting information back from an operation or calculation)
However, the idea of the "label" for the "intput field" that hovers over it is established. If I were not to use the input text box outlined I'd end up with something awfully messy if things were combined - for example, if I could only edit the employee number & floor area:
Or should I emulate the "floating label" without the line underneath to indicate user entry?