DR / Nicolas Sallavuard
Do you have a linear kitchen space to develop? To help you, here are 5 plans adapted to surfaces from 2 to 7 m². By Nicolas Sallavuard, architect of Studio d'Archi agency.
With the linear kitchen plan (online), all the equipment is arranged on a single piece of wall. This is an arrangement that was mostly seen in the small kitchens narrow hallway of the 1970s buildings. But it reappears in the renovated apartments in which the kitchen is located in the living room without separation. We prefer the sink in the center, the refrigerator and cooking at each end. This layout of the linear kitchen plan is not the most functional because it requires to move constantly from one work area to another.
1. The plan of a kitchen of 2.1 m²
For an area of 2.1 m²: the linear façade is 1.40 m is the possibility to install here two elements at the level of the work plan: a sink and a hotplate two fires.
2. The plan of a kitchen of 4.5 m²
For an area of 4.5 m²: the façade line is 4.34 m which leaves room for a good work plan, many equipment and storage space.
3. The plan of a kitchen of 5.4 m²
For a surface area of 5.4 m²: the façade line is 3.60 m or the possibility to install 4 elements in addition to the sink, including a four-burner hob, a refrigerator and a dishwasher .
4. The plan of a kitchen of 6.3 m²
For a kitchen with a length of 6.3 m²: the linear façade is 4.20 m is the possibility to install here many items: a sink, a four-burner hob, a refrigerator , a dishwasher besides there is room for 3 elements.
5. The plan of a kitchen of 7.3 m²
For a surface area of 7.3 m²: the façade line is 4.50 m.
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