Workplace Design Principles

A starting point for an evidenced-based design process

Universal Kitchen Design: The Work Triangle January 22, 2009

Filed under: Kitchen Design — ia2studio @ 12:17 am
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Before establishing a design for a kitchen to be used daily by people with a variety of mental and physical disabilites, one possible consideration is:

“If two or more people cook simultaneously, a work triangle should be placed for each cook. One leg of the primary and seconday triangles may be shared, but the two should not cross one another. Appliances may be shared or separate.” (Peterson, p.21).

Source:
Peterson, Mary Jo. Universal Kitchen & Bathroom Planning . McGraw-Hill, 1998.

Posted by: Jenna Tharrett

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