About Ergonomics in Kitchens
An ideal kitchen is planned as per the below mentioned components.
Ergonomics of Kitchen: Segregated into 3 major areas based on the placement of most used, less frequently used and infrequently used kitchen items. Kitchen Zones: Consists of 8 distinct zones determined by different working and storage areas in a kitchen.
Kitchen Planning: Plan your kitchen perfectly with the Work Triangle and the 26 Feet Rule.
Home designs today are changing and giving way to contemperary, open-plan layouts and studio style living. This has caused L-shaped kitchens to gain popularity. This setting has a continuous working platform and the corner can be fitted with high-end kitchen equipment for a sleek finish and better space uitilization. L-shaped kitchens islands are great for seting, entertainment and dining with family and guests.
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Plan your kitchen
The Work Triangle
This consists of 3 fundamental and basic workstations i.e. the sink, refrigerator and the cooking hob/range. The triangle is measured from the center of the sink to the top of refrigerator to the center of the cook top or cooking range.
The 26 Feet Rule
To ensure maximum efficiency, the work triangle perimeter should be at least 12 feet but not exceed 26 feet.