Student's Work: Dining & Kitchen (pt.2)

Dining & Dry Kitchen

Due to the shortage of time, I have decided to give the class a small scale project. Which consist of wet and dry kitchen and a dining area. To me kitchen is as important as the rest of the house and it has a lot of cabinetry work to be done here. How you layout the whole kitchen area and the movements of each people using the kitchen are important.

In this assignment, I wanted the students to actually know the basic height of the cabinetry and island or peninsular height. Where the microwave, oven, fridge, basin, hood and hob are to be placed? All this basic information should be heed by every Interior Designers. How people work in the kitchen? Dividing the drawers and cabinets take up some challenge as well in order to have an aesthetic kitchen. Dry kitchen is always the lavish ones and the wet should be the functional ones. Dry kitchen is always the show kitchen and the wet is where all the major working is done.

What I’m going to post here is the same student work I’ve post earlier, I never thought she could pull it off with the color selections. But by the end of the whole project, she did it with her pop art idea into the dining, dry and wet kitchen.

Plan & Elevations


Dining Area

Wet Kitchen



Wei Khean said...

Another nice work from your student. There is a kind of satisfactory to see good work from your students, isn't it? Good job, mr. lecturer! And well done, student :D

Ken said...

LOL!!! Yeah it's really great to see that students can achieve such kind of work. FYI it is the same student who did the apartment.

Yumi said...

OMG...who's work is dat?? impress with this..Im so jealous..omg..

Ken said...

Yumi, you didn't know who did the earlier work? The answer is all there :) find it out then. All the best.

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