Published at November 21st, 2018 - 09:06:00. Kitchen. By Rosemarie Santos.
An efficient kitchen must have the working triangle in mind. This means that you should be able to move from the sink, to the oven, and the refrigerator very easily at any one given time. The l-shaped kitchen is a proponent of this triangle and it has work stations set on different walls. This means that you will not have to walk too long so as to get to the various zones. This makes meal preparation very organized.
Face to face. In this kitchen area configuration, a central aisle separates two straight lines of gear on either side from the room. Sometimes the aisle is wide sufficient to add a straight line of worktables among the two rows of gear. This setup works well for high volume feeding facilities like schools and hospitals, but it doesn't take benefit of single source utilities. Even though it's a great layout for supervision of workers, it forces individuals to perform with their backs to one another, in effect, separating the cooking from the food from the rest from the distribution procedure. Therefore, it's most likely not the best style for a restaurant.
To achieve that sleek linear design, stainless steel is the most common material that can be found in the kitchen. Since most modern appliances are made of stainless steel, matching them with the existing fixtures would not be difficult. That is why we see stainless steel table tops, cabinets and sink. Some even use stainless steel tiles for the floor.
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