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Designing Functional Interiors &Interior Design Unit Designing Functional Interiors & Floor Plans
Floor Plans: Scale diagrams of a space as seen from above.They are architectural drawings and have to be precise.
Housing Zones Well-designed homes divide the space into zones.Each contains areas with similar functions. When a home is zoned, activities are less likely to cause conflict.
3 Most Common Housing Zones: 1. Private ZoneQuiet, comfortable areas for sleeping & relaxing, and privacy for bathing & dressing Usually bedrooms & bathrooms
2. Service Zone For household workKitchen, laundry room, workshop, garage…
2. Social Zone for activities & entertainment (living, dining, family, and recreation rooms, entrance hall, patios, decks & other outdoor living spaces)
Open Floor Plan When few dividing walls separate rooms (typically in Social Zone) Advantages: Entertaining, lighting, easy to move furniture Drawbacks: hard to heat, no privacy, noise
Closed Floor Plan Rooms are separated & self-contained (typically in Private Zone) Advantages: Privacy, contains heat & noise Drawbacks: less community feel, not as good for entertaining
Traffic Patterns The paths people take as they walk from room to room during everyday activities. A well-designed floor plan provides convenient pathways to all areas of the home.
Floor Plans and Furniture Arranging
AT – 201 Introduction to Architecture Dan Trent August 27,
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Bell Quiz #3.
Basic Home Areas: HOME ZONES
Interior Zones and Floor Plans you will need a book
Room Sizes and Relationships
FLOOR PLAN BASICS.
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Room and Furniture Distribution
INTD 50A floor plan considerations.
Housing Styles. Common Floor Plan Layouts: ► Single-Level ► Split-Level ► Daylight basement ► Two-story ► Dormer ► Multilevel.
EDT Floor Plan Design-Bedrooms1 Weekend Cabin Retreat Project Designing the Floor Plan - Bedrooms Sacramento City College EDT 300.
Design and Function of Interior Space
It costs no more to build a house with a good plan, than one with a poor plan…….in fact, it may cost less.
Chapter 16 Designing Homes for Today’s Needs Housing & Design Winter 2013.
Understanding House Plans
WAINAINA PATRICK NJENGA. * The floor plan: is a view looking down a horizontal plane that is cut through a building from above about 1.5m, illustrating.
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