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RESIDENTIAL
KITCHEN
G R O U P 1 : A Z R A & K AW T H E R
CONTENTS
• Classification
• Standard dimensions
• General standard and universal design codes
• Cabinet designs
• Cabinet ...
CLASSIFICATION
Kitchen work centers can be arranged into six basic types:
1. U-shaped: one of the most popular and efficient kitchen layo...
STANDARD
DIMENSIONS
GENERAL STANDARD
AND UNIVERSAL
DESIGN CODES
❑ KITCHEN LAYOUT
• An effective kitchen design provides right balance of access
for members of all heights, especially for...
❑ KITCHEN SIZE
❑ MINIMAL EFFORT
• This is an important aspect for universal kitchen design in which the layout is done so that the
person...
❑ EASE OF CLEANING
• Residential kitchens should be designed properly taking into consideration that they can be
easily cl...
While designing a residential kitchen, the designer must assess and survey
the occupants about the number of members and t...
CABINET DESIGN
• A good kitchen design not only requires to follow standard
design codes, but also respect the ideal cabinet design
makin...
CABINET DESIGN CONSIDERATION
• First and foremost, plan out the work triangle
in accordance with the plumbing, electricity...
STRATEGIES FOR DESIGNING ACCESSIBLE CABINETS
(for old, ill and special needs members)
CABINET DESIGN
There are various kinds of cabinet
construction which varies through the
designer and client. Construction ...
FRAMELESS VS FACE FRAME CABINETS
FRAMELESS VS FACE FRAME CABINETS
OTHER TYPES OF CABINET DOOR TYPES
SLIDING DOOR
SLIDING DOOR HARDWARE
OTHER TYPES OF CABINET DOOR TYPES
PUSH LATCH DOOR & HARDWARE
Single slide latchMagnetic latch Double roller catch
with spr...
1. CORNER CABINET SOLUTIONS
It is important to effectively design corner spaces of the cabinets, because if not utilized p...
LAZY SUSAN AND 45 DEGREE DOOR
HALF LAZY SUSAN AND ALTERNATIVES
BLIND CORNER CABINET SOLUTIONS
(magic corner)
BLIND CORNER CABINET SOLUTIONS
(magic corner)
2. UNDER-SINK STORAGE & WASTE BIN SOLUTIONS
CABINET
CONSTRUCTION &
INSTALLATION
CABINET CASEWORK JOINERY
The above joinery
methods can be applied
on cabinets made from
natural wood, plywood
or other man-made
boards.
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C A B I N E T
P A R T I T I O N
J O I N E R Y
CABINET SHELVES JOINERY
SHELF-STIFFENING STRATEGIES
ADJUSTABLE SHELVES
C A B I N E T D R A W E R
J O I N E R Y
TYPES OF CABINET DRAWERS
CORNER JOINTS
DIVIDER OPTIONS
CABINET HINGES
CABINET HINGES
1 - P R E - I N S T A L L A T I O N P R E P A R A T I O N S
2 - C A B I N E T I N S T A L L A T I O N
3 - C A B I N E T F O R R E F R I G E R A T O R
4 - T A L L C A B I N E T I N S T A L L A T I O N
FINISHING
MATERIALS
Cabinetry is perhaps the most
important part of any kitchen and
the finish is what adds aesthetic
appeal to give it a uniq...
WHAT IS ACRYLIC FINISH?
A type of finish that is similar to lacquer,
acrylic is a non-toxic, reflective, high
gloss finish...
WHAT IS A
LAMINATE FINISH?
• A regularly used finishing
material for cabinets, laminate
is a composite artificial
material...
PROS AND CONS OF ACRYLIC AND LAMINATE FINISHES
Acrylic Laminate
A premium high-gloss option preferred for high-
end kitche...
TYPES OF
STONES TO
USE ON
COUNTER
TOPS
Granite Marble Limestone
Travertine Onyx Quartzite
Sandstone Flagstone Slate
Shell
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TILES TO USE FOR FLOOR
Ceramic tiles
Porcelain tiles
Glass tiles
Cork
Carpet tiles
WALLS
CEILING
Often overlooked as a decorative surface in kitchens ,the
ceiling can add color and visual interest.The Moldings,
...
SUPPLY NETWORKS- E L E C T R I C A L N E T W O R K I N G
- P L U M B I N G N E T W O R K I N G
ELECTRICAL NETWORKING
PLUMBING NETWORKING
ANALYSIS FOR
APPLIANCES
The two broad categories of appliances that
affect kitchen interior design are:
– Freestanding
– Built-in
Under this topic...
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P L A C E M E N T
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ANALYSIS FOR
EQUIPMENT
ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT IN
RESIDENTIAL KITCHENS
• Microwave
• Water boiler
• Hand soap/ sanitizer dispenser
• Fire extinguishe...
Other Equipment
LIGHTING SYSTEM
AND FIXTURES
SO WHICH LIGHTS ARE HIGH EFFICACY?
AMBIENT/GENERAL LIGHTING
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Example#1 (from 2010 California kitchen lighting code)
Example#2 (from 2010 California kitchen lighting code)
VENTILATION
• Kitchen ventilation presents
the problems of grease,
smoke and odors not
usually found in other
ventilation systems.
• R...
REQUIREMENTS
An adequate kitchen ventilation system should achieve the following objectives:
• Eliminate cooking fumes at ...
KITCHEN VENTILATION DESIGN
The main factors that need to be taken into account when
designing a kitchen ventilation system...
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P L A C E M E N T
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C A B I N E T
GREASE FILTERS
The most common types of grease filters used in
professional kitchens are:
• Water-based
• Cyclonic
• Ultra...
COMFORT
The general parameters of what
is considered comfortable in a
kitchen are:
• Temperature: to be 20 °C in
the winte...
SUSTAINABILITY
WATER
Health-conscious people list
good water quality as one of
the most important attributes
of a healthy life For this r...
GREY WATER TREATMENT
SOLAR POWER
HEATING
• They are composed of 3 main
elements: the solar collector,
insulated piping, and a hot water
storage...
FINISHES AND MATERIALS
Finishes and materials with zeroVOC emissions ore
now available Stains and sealers ore now availabl...
SMART
TECHNOLOGIES- S M A R T K I T C H E N
- S M A R T T E C H N O L O G Y F O R S P E C I A L N E E D S
SMART KITCHEN
S M A R T T E C H N O L O G Y F O R S P E C I A L N E E D S
S M A R T T E C H N O L O G Y F O R S P E C I A L N E E D S
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This research discusses all the basics one needs to know before design any residential design. It includes the space planning, rule of thumb and standards as well as a complete detail on Kitchen appliances and accessories. The research also talks about the ventilation system, safety and smart technologies for residential kitchens.

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  1. 1. RESIDENTIAL KITCHEN G R O U P 1 : A Z R A & K AW T H E R
  2. 2. CONTENTS • Classification • Standard dimensions • General standard and universal design codes • Cabinet designs • Cabinet construction & installation • Finishing materials • Supply networks: Electrical and Plumbing Networking • Analysis for equipments • Analysis for appliances: Samsung and LG • Lighting system and fixtures • Ventilation systems • Sustainability • Smart technologies: Smart Kitchen and SmartTechnologies for Special Needs
  3. 3. CLASSIFICATION
  4. 4. Kitchen work centers can be arranged into six basic types: 1. U-shaped: one of the most popular and efficient kitchen layout.The two major advantage of this design is that it prevents bad circulation and provides sufficient counter and cabinet space. 2. L-shaped: this style can adopt to a lot of room plans. 3. Corridor/ Gallery: this type requires less space and on occasion provides people with more than one entry and exit point.The advantage of this type is a compact triangle. 4. Peninsula: this type is often used to separate the kitchen from an adjoining room like dining. 5. One-wall: designed when the space is limited and a work triangle is not applicable here. 6. Island: in this type, a separate counter unit is added, irrespective of the above 5 types. 1 32 4 5 6
  5. 5. STANDARD DIMENSIONS
  6. 6. GENERAL STANDARD AND UNIVERSAL DESIGN CODES
  7. 7. ❑ KITCHEN LAYOUT • An effective kitchen design provides right balance of access for members of all heights, especially for special needs people. Kitchen layout should avoid compromising working areas with movement spaces. For persons in wheelchair, the layout must provide ample space of movement and location of important things in handy. • Work triangle is a traditional rule of thumb for designing a kitchen, which says there should be no more than 792.5 cm measured from center to center of the major appliances (stove, sink and refrigerator). We can expand this triangle in kitchens with larger space for better comfort. • Logical, sequential and routine movements will define the way the family members use the kitchen and will help design a kitchen with a work triangle that meets everyone’s needs.
  8. 8. ❑ KITCHEN SIZE
  9. 9. ❑ MINIMAL EFFORT • This is an important aspect for universal kitchen design in which the layout is done so that the person has to do minimal effort and can find everything within reach. • For few examples: • Considering this principle of design will lead to a flexible and efficient kitchen design. ❑ ADAPTABILITY
  10. 10. ❑ EASE OF CLEANING • Residential kitchens should be designed properly taking into consideration that they can be easily cleaned. This is absolutely necessary in accordance to both local and universal design codes. • Design should not have difficult corners or gaps between cabinets or appliances which are hard to reach for cleaning. The materials and finishes of cabinets, appliances and equipments also should be according to standards. ❑ SAFETY • Small rugs and mats should be avoided to ignore tripping hazards • Install electrical switches, plugs and appliances connected to that in places where children can not reach. Sometimes limiting appliances is a good option where there is member with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia • Plan for easy access to water, a fire extinguisher and the gas shut-off valve in case of emergency.
  11. 11. While designing a residential kitchen, the designer must assess and survey the occupants about the number of members and their ages, if someone have any kind of disability or chronic disease, poor eyesight, allergy and other kind of physical illness. These data will later help in creating a successful and functional kitchen space for the client. • Line of sight: refer to human ergonomic profile standards, ask client about existing lighting, both natural and artificial and identify any problems, discuss light levels during day and night, note if the client wears glasses. • Ability to reach: investigate about clients ability to reach the cabinets and other kitchen facilities. • Age: posture and ability to do certain task is different among aged people. Note the client’s age and how they move around the space to design according to their comfort. • Sound levels: identify if the client/occupant has hearing disability or use a hearing aid. DESIGN CONSIDERATION ACCORDING TO CLIENT/OCCUPANTS
  12. 12. CABINET DESIGN
  13. 13. • A good kitchen design not only requires to follow standard design codes, but also respect the ideal cabinet design making. • If kitchen cabinets and other parts are properly designed, the installation process is made easier and smoother, leading to a comfortably functional kitchen. • Cabinet designing differs from client to client and varies in functional spaces. For example, some might prefer oven, refrigerator and appliance space built in cabinets.
  14. 14. CABINET DESIGN CONSIDERATION • First and foremost, plan out the work triangle in accordance with the plumbing, electricity and ventilation supply point inside the kitchen. • Divide cabinet unite as per modular rules. • Keep into consideration for these elements: – Storage, cupboard, shelves, pantries – Worktop – Sink and cleanup areas – Electrical appliances (fixed and portable) – Food preparation areas – Waste management • Plan out rough arrangements and revise along the design process in order to maximize space and materials and reduce waste. • Keep into design consideration if adjustable cabinetry or hi-tec cabinet system are involved.
  15. 15. STRATEGIES FOR DESIGNING ACCESSIBLE CABINETS (for old, ill and special needs members)
  16. 16. CABINET DESIGN There are various kinds of cabinet construction which varies through the designer and client. Construction type chosen by designer should be planned at the early design stage because it will affect the countertop edge, finished counter height, plumbing and appliance fixtures.
  17. 17. FRAMELESS VS FACE FRAME CABINETS
  18. 18. FRAMELESS VS FACE FRAME CABINETS
  19. 19. OTHER TYPES OF CABINET DOOR TYPES SLIDING DOOR
  20. 20. SLIDING DOOR HARDWARE
  21. 21. OTHER TYPES OF CABINET DOOR TYPES PUSH LATCH DOOR & HARDWARE Single slide latchMagnetic latch Double roller catch with spring
  22. 22. 1. CORNER CABINET SOLUTIONS It is important to effectively design corner spaces of the cabinets, because if not utilized properly, they can lead to waste of space and materials.This issue can be uneconomical and unprofessional design.
  23. 23. LAZY SUSAN AND 45 DEGREE DOOR
  24. 24. HALF LAZY SUSAN AND ALTERNATIVES
  25. 25. BLIND CORNER CABINET SOLUTIONS (magic corner)
  26. 26. BLIND CORNER CABINET SOLUTIONS (magic corner)
  27. 27. 2. UNDER-SINK STORAGE & WASTE BIN SOLUTIONS
  28. 28. CABINET CONSTRUCTION & INSTALLATION
  29. 29. CABINET CASEWORK JOINERY
  30. 30. The above joinery methods can be applied on cabinets made from natural wood, plywood or other man-made boards. 01 Avoid using the sliding dovetail in plywood as it doesn't have much strength when cut. 02 For solid wood, the grain direction of the parts should be oriented, as indicated by the arrows, to keep the assembly stable. 03
  31. 31. C A B I N E T P A R T I T I O N J O I N E R Y
  32. 32. CABINET SHELVES JOINERY SHELF-STIFFENING STRATEGIES
  33. 33. ADJUSTABLE SHELVES
  34. 34. C A B I N E T D R A W E R J O I N E R Y TYPES OF CABINET DRAWERS
  35. 35. CORNER JOINTS DIVIDER OPTIONS
  36. 36. CABINET HINGES
  37. 37. CABINET HINGES
  38. 38. 1 - P R E - I N S T A L L A T I O N P R E P A R A T I O N S
  39. 39. 2 - C A B I N E T I N S T A L L A T I O N
  40. 40. 3 - C A B I N E T F O R R E F R I G E R A T O R
  41. 41. 4 - T A L L C A B I N E T I N S T A L L A T I O N
  42. 42. FINISHING MATERIALS
  43. 43. Cabinetry is perhaps the most important part of any kitchen and the finish is what adds aesthetic appeal to give it a unique personality.Thus, it’s important to take some time to choose the best finish for kitchen cabinets. There are various finishes available in the market right now, such as acrylic, membrane foils, polymer, laminates etc.
  44. 44. WHAT IS ACRYLIC FINISH? A type of finish that is similar to lacquer, acrylic is a non-toxic, reflective, high gloss finish which can give the cabinets a perfectly smooth appearance. It is available in a wide range of colors and will give a mirror-like semblance to the kitchen cabinets.
  45. 45. WHAT IS A LAMINATE FINISH? • A regularly used finishing material for cabinets, laminate is a composite artificial material made by pressing together thin layers of flat paper and plastic resins.The upper/thinner layer is printed with a decorative pattern or color.The laminates used in kitchen cabinets are pressed in factories using high pressure using automated machinery.
  46. 46. PROS AND CONS OF ACRYLIC AND LAMINATE FINISHES Acrylic Laminate A premium high-gloss option preferred for high- end kitchens, acrylic finishes can add visual space and an inviting appeal to your kitchen. Even though laminate is available in glossy options, they are not as reflective as an acrylic finish.As a result, the overall look is more muted and less striking Acrylic finishes are available in a extensive range of lively colors which keep their hue and brightness for years. The variety available in laminate finishes is higher and it includes matt, glossy, ultra high gloss. Apart from colors, they are also available in various textures including wood. Scratch resistant not tarnish, de-laminate or fade away with time – they keep their flawlessly smooth and ultra-glossy look. However, this means that the finger print marks, dirt and stains are more visible, and require regular cleaning. More hard-wearing and durable when compared to acrylic finishes, laminate finishes are both moisture and heat resistant and can be treated for antibacterial properties. Acrylic finished cabinets are more expensive than laminates. Laminate finishes offer variety and durability with a significantly lower cost, making them perfect for those on a budget. Aesthetics Color and Varieties Maintenance and Durability Cost
  47. 47. TYPES OF STONES TO USE ON COUNTER TOPS Granite Marble Limestone Travertine Onyx Quartzite Sandstone Flagstone Slate Shell stone Soap stone
  48. 48. TILES TO USE FOR FLOOR Ceramic tiles Porcelain tiles Glass tiles Cork Carpet tiles
  49. 49. WALLS
  50. 50. CEILING Often overlooked as a decorative surface in kitchens ,the ceiling can add color and visual interest.The Moldings, beams, step-soffits, indirect light wells, and metal panels just a few of the options available
  51. 51. SUPPLY NETWORKS- E L E C T R I C A L N E T W O R K I N G - P L U M B I N G N E T W O R K I N G
  52. 52. ELECTRICAL NETWORKING
  53. 53. PLUMBING NETWORKING
  54. 54. ANALYSIS FOR APPLIANCES
  55. 55. The two broad categories of appliances that affect kitchen interior design are: – Freestanding – Built-in Under this topic we will compare between the built-in kitchen appliances from Samsung and LG
  56. 56. R E F R I G E R A T O R S NetWidth 540 mm Net Height 1775 mm Net Depth 550 mm Weight 62 kg Length of the Cable 2.5 m NetWidth 908 mm Net Height 1825 mm Net Depth 733 mm Weight 159 kg Length of the Cable - NetWidth 908 mm Net Height 1777 mm Net Depth 742 mm Weight 155 kg Length of the Cable - NetWidth 912 mm Net Height 1789 mm Net Depth 712 mm Weight 119 kg Length of the Cable -
  57. 57. P L A C E M E N T I N T O T H E C A B I N E T
  58. 58. O V E N S Outside width Cutout width 595 mm 560 mm Outside height Cutout height 595 mm 572 mm Outside depth Cutout depth 566 mm 545 mm Net weight 45.9 kg Outside width Cutout width 595 mm 555 mm Outside height Cutout height 454.2 mm 445 mm Outside depth Cutout depth 570 mm 548.8 mm Capacity 50 L Outside width Cutout width 595 mm 330mm Outside height Cutout height 380 mm 224 mm Outside depth Cutout depth 320 mm 292 mm Net weight 14.5 kg Dual cook/ vapor steam Microwave ovenCompact oven
  59. 59. P L A C E M E N T I N T O T H E C A B I N E T
  60. 60. C O O K R A N G E Outside width Cutout width 800 mm 750 mm Outside height Cutout height 56 mm - Outside depth Cutout depth 520 mm 490 mm Net weight 16.5 kg Outside width Cutout width 600 mm 560 mm Outside height Cutout height 56 mm - mm Outside depth Cutout depth 520 mm 490 mm Capacity 13.4 kg Outside width Cutout width 590 mm 560mm Outside height Cutout height 57 mm - mm Outside depth Cutout depth 520 mm 490 mm Net weight 10.5 kg Induction cooktop Induction ceramic cooktop Outside width Cutout width 575 mm 560mm Outside height Cutout height 20 mm - mm Outside depth Cutout depth 505 mm 490 mm Net weight 7.5 kg
  61. 61. P L A C E M E N T I N T O T H E C A B I N E T
  62. 62. C O O K R A N G E Outside width Cutout width 750 mm 560 mm Outside height Cutout height 98 mm - Outside depth Cutout depth 510 mm 490 mm Net weight 15.6 kg Outside width Cutout width 600 mm 560 mm Outside height Cutout height 99 mm - Outside depth Cutout depth 520 mm 490 mm Capacity 14.8 kg Outside width Cutout width 600 mm 560mm Outside height Cutout height 90 mm - mm Outside depth Cutout depth 510 mm 490 mm Net weight 10.6 kg Gas cooktops
  63. 63. P L A C E M E N T I N T O T H E C A B I N E T
  64. 64. D I S H W A S H E R S NetWidth 448 mm Net Height 815 mm Net Depth 558 mm Weight 31 kg NetWidth 596 mm Net Height 805 mm Net Depth 558 mm Weight 37.5 kg NetWidth 598 mm Net Height 815 mm Net Depth 550 mm Weight 43 kg NetWidth 598 mm Net Height 817 mm Net Depth 555 mm Weight 45 kg
  65. 65. P L A C E M E N T I N T O T H E C A B I N E T
  66. 66. ANALYSIS FOR EQUIPMENT
  67. 67. ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT IN RESIDENTIAL KITCHENS • Microwave • Water boiler • Hand soap/ sanitizer dispenser • Fire extinguisher (incase of the absence of smoke detector) • Water dispenser • Cookware and Bakeware
  68. 68. Other Equipment
  69. 69. LIGHTING SYSTEM AND FIXTURES
  70. 70. SO WHICH LIGHTS ARE HIGH EFFICACY?
  71. 71. AMBIENT/GENERAL LIGHTING TASK LIGHTING
  72. 72. T A S K L I G H T I N G
  73. 73. K I T C H E N L I G H T I N G R U L E S A N D C O D E S
  74. 74. Example#1 (from 2010 California kitchen lighting code)
  75. 75. Example#2 (from 2010 California kitchen lighting code)
  76. 76. VENTILATION
  77. 77. • Kitchen ventilation presents the problems of grease, smoke and odors not usually found in other ventilation systems. • Restaurant kitchens often use large extractor hoods • Equipment used in kitchen ventilation uses an extractor hood or canopy and a filtering system.The fan for the ventilation system may be located within the kitchen or in the duct system nearby.
  78. 78. REQUIREMENTS An adequate kitchen ventilation system should achieve the following objectives: • Eliminate cooking fumes at the source, i.e.As close to the cooking equipment as possible • Eliminate excess hot air and introduce incoming cool clean air so that a comfortable environment is achieved. Inadequate ventilation can cause stress, contributing to unsafe systems of work and high staff turnover. • Confirm that the air movement in the kitchen does not cause discomfort • Deliver sufficient air for complete combustion at fired appliances, and prevent the risk of carbon monoxide accumulating • Easy to clean, avoiding the build-up of fat residues and blocked air inlets which lead to loss of efficiency and increase risk of fire • Quiet and vibration free
  79. 79. KITCHEN VENTILATION DESIGN The main factors that need to be taken into account when designing a kitchen ventilation system are: • The workload of the kitchen • Amount, type and the power of cooking equipment that is used • The layout and shape of the kitchen • Easy cleaning and maintenance • Energy efficiency • Some cooker hoods these days use the recirculation method, that cleans the air and puts it back into the kitchen.This method is used if there is no way to push the air outside through a chimney system from the cooker canopy.
  80. 80. H O O D S Gross width Max. width 1034 mm 1440 mm Gross height Max. height 433 mm 137 mm Gross depth Max. depth 915 mm 898 mm Net weight 23.3 kg Gross width Max. width 759 mm 1440 mm Gross height Max. height 433 mm 137 mm Gross depth Max. depth 915 mm 598 mm Net weight 24.5 kg Gross width Max. width 945 mm 1147 mm Gross height Max. height 575 mm 500 mm Gross depth Max. depth 375 mm 900 mm Net weight 20 kg Gross width Max. width 645 mm 1147 mm Gross height Max. height 575 mm 500 mm Gross depth Max. depth 375 mm 600 mm Net weight 16.3 kg
  81. 81. H O O D S Gross width Max. width 945 mm 1130 mm Gross height Max. height 575 mm 450 mm Gross depth Max. depth 415 mm 900 mm Net weight 14.5 kg Gross width Max. width 645 mm 1130 mm Gross height Max. height 575 mm 450 mm Gross depth Max. depth 375 mm 600 mm Net weight 13.3 kg Gross width Max. width 940 mm 1061 mm Gross height Max. height 510 mm 450 mm Gross depth Max. depth 263 mm 900 mm Net weight 8 kg Gross width Max. width 354 mm 600 mm Gross height Max. height 634 mm 180 mm Gross depth Max. depth 241 mm 280 mm Net weight 6 kg
  82. 82. P L A C E M E N T I N T O T H E C A B I N E T
  83. 83. GREASE FILTERS The most common types of grease filters used in professional kitchens are: • Water-based • Cyclonic • Ultraviolet (UV) • TurboSwing
  84. 84. COMFORT The general parameters of what is considered comfortable in a kitchen are: • Temperature: to be 20 °C in the winter and 28 °C in the summer, with a maximum difference with the outside temperature of 6 °C • Relative humidity: around 70% • Air velocity: less than 0.5 m/s (0.3 m/s in refrigerated areas)
  85. 85. SUSTAINABILITY
  86. 86. WATER Health-conscious people list good water quality as one of the most important attributes of a healthy life For this reason, the designer should be aware of its effects on kitchen and both design.A variety of water treatment procedures exist lo provide systems that meet specific needs al the point o f use.
  87. 87. GREY WATER TREATMENT
  88. 88. SOLAR POWER HEATING • They are composed of 3 main elements: the solar collector, insulated piping, and a hot water storage tank. Electronic controls can also be included, as well as a freeze protection system for the colder climates. Solar radiation hits the solar collector, and the solar collector absorbs the heat and it gets transferred potable water in the system. Flowing out of the collector into a hot water tank.
  89. 89. FINISHES AND MATERIALS Finishes and materials with zeroVOC emissions ore now available Stains and sealers ore now available with little or noVOCs. Cabinets can be finished with wax finishes and natural pigments. Cork, Bamboo, reclaimed wood, natural linoleum, and recycled tile floor are but a few of the flooring materials available. Furthermore, formaldehyde -free and soy based adhesives ore now being used. Recycled stone and cement countertops can be waxed lo seal them. Natural clay finishes for walls and ceilings make a natural statement on walls and ceilings
  90. 90. SMART TECHNOLOGIES- S M A R T K I T C H E N - S M A R T T E C H N O L O G Y F O R S P E C I A L N E E D S
  91. 91. SMART KITCHEN
  92. 92. S M A R T T E C H N O L O G Y F O R S P E C I A L N E E D S
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