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1 INDOOR SERVICE AREAS: Kitchen Designs – Part 3 Architecture I/II Mr. Huang Semester 2,

2 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS Functions Functions Types of Kitchens Types of Kitchens Size and Shape Size and Shape Décor Décor Planning guidelines Planning guidelines

3 BASIC AREAS or CENTERS Storage center Storage center Cooking center Cooking center Cleanup center Cleanup center

4 THE WORK TRIANGLE Photo © youts.html Photo ©

5 THE WORK TRIANGLE To create an efficient kitchen, the perimeter of the work triangle should be between 12 and 22. To create an efficient kitchen, the perimeter of the work triangle should be between 12 and 22. The arrangement of the three centers of the kitchen varies (dependent on the shape of the kitchen). The arrangement of the three centers of the kitchen varies (dependent on the shape of the kitchen). Keep traffic flow out of the triangle. Keep traffic flow out of the triangle.

6 THE CORRIDOR KITCHEN The corridor kitchen is used for long, narrow areas. The corridor kitchen is used for long, narrow areas. Space is limited Space is limited May also be called Galley or Two-Wall kitchens May also be called Galley or Two-Wall kitchens Produces an efficient work triangle as long as traffic doesnt need to pass through Produces an efficient work triangle as long as traffic doesnt need to pass through Corridor space b/n opposite cabinets should be no smaller than 4 in width. Corridor space b/n opposite cabinets should be no smaller than 4 in width. Where would you see a corridor kitchen?? Where would you see a corridor kitchen??

7 THE CORRIDOR KITCHEN Photo ©

8 THE CORRIDOR KITCHEN Photo ©

9 THE ONE-WALL KITCHEN The one-wall kitchen has the three work centers all in a row along one wall. The one-wall kitchen has the three work centers all in a row along one wall. The sink is usually in the center of the row. The sink is usually in the center of the row. Design is used in small apartments, cabins, or houses w/small space. Design is used in small apartments, cabins, or houses w/small space. Avoid creating walls that are too long (excessive walking from station to station). Avoid creating walls that are too long (excessive walking from station to station).

10 THE ONE-WALL KITCHEN Photo ©

11 THE ONE-WALL KITCHEN Photo © Photo ©

12 THE ISLAND KITCHEN The island kitchen has a freestanding structure usually in the center of the room. The island kitchen has a freestanding structure usually in the center of the room. The freestanding structure can act as an additional work space, rangetop, or sink. The freestanding structure can act as an additional work space, rangetop, or sink. Convenient design for multiple individuals working at the same time. Convenient design for multiple individuals working at the same time. Allow for at least 42 around all sides of an island. Allow for at least 42 around all sides of an island. Any previous kitchen shapes can be combined w/an island. Any previous kitchen shapes can be combined w/an island. Good design for socializing while working. Good design for socializing while working.

13 THE ISLAND KITCHEN Photos ©

14 THE ISLAND KITCHEN Photo ©

15 THE ISLAND KITCHEN Photo ©

16 THE FAMILY KITCHEN The family kitchen is an open kitchen design that uses any kitchen shape. The family kitchen is an open kitchen design that uses any kitchen shape. Function is to provide a meeting place for the entire family (in addition to the normal functions of the kitchen). Function is to provide a meeting place for the entire family (in addition to the normal functions of the kitchen). Dining and family room areas are close to the kitchen. Dining and family room areas are close to the kitchen. Size of a family kitchen is large (avg. size = 225 square feet). Size of a family kitchen is large (avg. size = 225 square feet). Should be located next to other service areas (garage). Should be located next to other service areas (garage).

17 THE FAMILY KITCHEN Photo ©

18 THE FAMILY KITCHEN Photo ©

19 KITCHEN LOCATION An ideal spot to place a kitchen would be near the service entrance. An ideal spot to place a kitchen would be near the service entrance. Short distance to carry groceriesShort distance to carry groceries Trash containers in close proximityTrash containers in close proximity Kitchens are usually located near the garageKitchens are usually located near the garage The kitchen should be adjacent to the dining room. The kitchen should be adjacent to the dining room. A laundry area and bath should also be near the kitchen. A laundry area and bath should also be near the kitchen.

20 KITCHEN SIZES Small kitchen = approx. 100 sq. ft. Small kitchen = approx. 100 sq. ft. Medium kitchen = approx. 160 sq. ft. Medium kitchen = approx. 160 sq. ft. Large kitchen = approx. 250 sq. ft. Large kitchen = approx. 250 sq. ft.

21 KITCHEN CABINET SIZES Base cabinets are typically 24 in depth and have widths in increments of 3. Base cabinets are typically 24 in depth and have widths in increments of 3. Wall cabinets are typically 12 in depth and also have widths in increments of 3. Wall cabinets are typically 12 in depth and also have widths in increments of 3.

22 KITCHEN STYLES Photo ©

23 KITCHEN STYLES Photo ©

24 WHICH KITCHEN SHAPE?? Photo © and Twentieth Century Foxhttp://about.com


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