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Kitchen Planning Guidelines, Codes, Standards

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ISBN-10: 1118367626

ISBN-13: 9781118367629

Edition: 2nd 2013

Authors: NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) Staff

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The leading??resource for professional kitchen designers, Kitchen Planning is the definitive, one–stop reference based on the NKBA′s Kitchen and Bathroom Planning Guidelines and the related Access Standards published in 2012. This kitchen design "bible" presents the best practices developed by the association′s committee of professionals. Illustrated in full color throughout??with??clear??graphics??that allow visual learners to easily absorb both technical and??aesthetic information, this second edition is completely revised and redesigned throughout with new photographs and with a special emphasis on client needs, research, and references to industry information.
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Book details

List price: $103.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/18/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 496
Size: 8.60" wide x 10.90" long x 1.20" tall
Weight: 4.312
Language: English

Kitchen History And Trends
A Brief History of the Kitchen. .
The Colonial Kitchen
Hearth and Beehive Ovens
The Modern Kitchen
The Victorian Kitchen
The Beecher Kitchen
The Plumbed Sink
Standardization: The 1900s
The Laboratory Look
Major Kitchen Trends Through the 1900s. .
Early 1900s
The 1920s
The 1930s
The 1940s
The 1950s
The 1960s
The 1970s�� 12The 1980s
The 1990s
Current and Continuing Design Trends - The 2000s .�.
Demographic and Population Trends .
Population Diversity
An Aging Population
Household Composition
Consumer References
Space Usage Trends�.
Environmental Awareness Trends .�.�.�.
Activity Trends�.�.�.�.�.
Location Trends�.�.�. .
Product Trends�.�.�.�.�.
Kitchen Design Research �.�.�.�. .
Early Studies.
Studies at Mid-Century..�.�. . .
Guides For Arrangement Of Urban Family Kitchens
Energy Saving Kitchen
Kitchen Guidelines
Kitchen Research in the 1990s
Virginia Tech Kitchen Research33
Someone's In The Kitchen
Content Analysis
Personal Interview and Cooking Activity
National Telephone Survey
Results and Implications
Kitchen Storage Research Project
Kitchen Inventory Survey
Kitchen Design Research..�.�. .
Measuring for Storage Needs
Infrastructure Considerations.�.�. .
Codes.�.�. .�.�.
Structural Issues�.�.�. .
Floors.�.�. .�.�.
Oversized Appliances
Stability and Evenness
Moisture Control
Walls..�. .�.�.�.
Load-Bearing Walls
Uneven Walls
Doors and Windows
Door Choices
Window Options
Plumbing Fixtures
Water Delivery
Drain/Waste/Vent Pipes
Septic Systems
Hot Water
Environmental Considerations .�.�. .
Green Building�.�.�.�.�.
Energy Management in the Kitchen .�.
Energy Star.
Water Quality64
Water Quality Standards.�.�.�. .
Primary Drinking Water Standards .�. .
Secondary Drinking Water Standards .
Canadian Water Quality Guidelines .�.
Other Water Contaminants.. .
Water Quality Testing
Solving Water Quality Problems .�.�.�. .
Water Treatment Equipment..
Water Softeners
Iron Removal Equipment
Distillation Units
Reverse Osmosis Unit
Disinfection Methods
Water Conservation�.
Air Quality. .
Source Control�.�.�.�.�.
Indoor Air Quality and Construction
Renovation Hazards
Air Cleaning.
Ventilation Systems and Filters75
Moisture Problems�. .
Moisture from Kitchens.�.�.�. .
Moisture Basics
Molds and Moisture�.
Molds and Health
Preventing Moisture Problems79
Waste Management in the Home .�.�.�.
Planning for Waste in the Kitchen.�.�.�.
Community Practices and Regulations
Waste Management Appliances
A Recycling Center�. .
Noise.�.�. .�.�.
Sound Insulating Construction Techniques �. . .
Human Factors And Universal Design Implications .�.�. .
Structural Anthropometry
Functional Anthropometry. . .
Reach Ranges
Range-of-Joint Motion
Mobility Aids�.�.�.�.�.
Comfort Zone�.�.�. .
Anthropometry of Children.
Ergonomic & Universal Design .�.�.�. .
History and State of the Art
Equitable Use
Flexibility in Use
Simple and Intuitive Use
Perceptible Information
Tolerance for Error
Low Physical Effort
Size and Space for Approach and Use
Dispelling Myths.�.�.
U.S. Access Codes, Laws and Standards �.�.�.�.
American National Standard For Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities (ANSI A117.1)
Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS)
Fair Housing Act Accessibility Guidelines
"Safe Harbors"
Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines
Canadian Policies and Practices .�.�.�.
Ontarians with Disabilities Act
Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program
Incorporating Human-Based Kitchen Design
Assessing Needs. . .
Elements of a Design Program .�.�.�. .
Interviewing the Client.�.�.�. .
Prepare for the Interview
Needs Assessment Forms
Client Information Forms
Job Site and House Information Forms
Personal Information
Getting To Know Your Client (Form 1) �.�.�.�. .
Getting to Know Your Client's Home (Form 2) .�.�.�.�.
Type of Home
The Home of the Future
Activities in the Kitchen (Form 3) .�. .
Storage in the Kitchen (Form 4) .�.�.�.
Your Client's Kitchen (Forms 5 and 6)� �.�.�.�. .
Client Preferences and Specifications
The Job Site
New Construction
Job Site Inspection (Form 7).
Dimensions (Forms 8 Through 13) .�.
Preparing the Client
Establish A Plan
Ready For the Design Program? .�.�.�.
Getting to Know Your Client
Getting to Know Your Client's Home
Checklist for Kitchen Activities [Client Checklist]
Kitchen Storage Inventory [Client Checklist]
Cabinetry, Surfaces, and Kitchen Features Checklist [Client Checklist]
Appliance Preference Checklist [Client Checklist]
Job Site Inspection
Dimensions of the Kitchen - Floor Plan
Dimensions of the Kitchen - Elevations
Dimensions of Mechanical Devices
Window Measurements
Door Measurements
Fixture and Appliance Measurements
Kitchen Planning.
Location and Types of Kitchens .�.�.�.
Location of Kitchen
Work Zone
Social Area
Types of Kitchens
Closed Arrangements
Open Arrangements
Size of Kitchens
The Center Concept
Designing Kitchen Centers
Background on the Guidelines
Access Standards
Food Preparation Centers and Guidelines �. . .
Traffic and Work Aisles
Work Aisles
Sink Center
Food Preparation Activities
Cleanup Activities
Other Activities
Refrigeration Center ���..�.�.
Cooking Centers.�.�.�.
Combining Centers
Arranging the Centers
Counter Areas
Cabinet Calculations
Serving and Dining Guidelines .�.�.�. .
That's Entertaining�.
Kitchens for Caterers
Outdoor Kitchens
Space Planning
A Kitchen Where You Need It306
Morning Kitchen
Mini Kitchen
Summary. .
Mechanical Planning� .�.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
Special Wiring Needs
Types of Heaters
Considerations for the Kitchen .�.�.�. .
Cooling .�.�.
Natural Cooling
Mechanical Cooling
Updraft Ventilation Systems
Microwave Ovens and Ventilation System Combinations
Downdraft Ventilation Systems
Ventilation Efficiency
Fan Size
Replacement Air
Controls and Features