Planning The Small Museum

Museum Requirements Space

The objective of Ihe proposed museum should be clearly defined, os well as the geographic region, the subject (history, natural history, or art) and extent of display and other services. The following is an example of a suitable basic statement for a small rnu & um The bo tic objective of the Museum it to collect, pre serve, study ond exhibit significant objects of the com m unity, and provide related educational fervices in order To increase public knowledge and stimulate creative activity....

Half Circle Helical Ramp Car Park

Parking Ramp Plans

Fig. 4 Ramp lopes. (Transitions ore required only if romp slope exceeds 10 percent.) occurred leading to a buyers revolt against stretched-out sheet metal, followed by an increase in imports and introduction of domestic compacts Immediately following introduction of United States compacts the car manufacturers began an inching up process until the 05 sq ft compact was 90 sq ft as evidenced in the 1963-1970 shortest car ' indication. During the same period the low-price three' began an active...

Selecting The Location Of The City Hall

Civic Centers In selecting the location for a city hall, the first consideration is whether it should be placed on a site by itself or whether it should be combined with a group of related buildings in a civic center. The oivio center has had great appeal to the city planner because It offers oertaln advantages and at the same time provides for latitude in design, The buildings that are included In civic oenters range from a grouping of strictly administrative offices and service buildings to a...

Fellowship Hall Units Of Various Sizes

A Fellowship Hall and Lounge Seating Approximately 100 (70 + 28) The floor plan below (Ftg. 5) illustrates how a small fellowship hall may be used as a first unit for a congregation expected to eventually number 300-350 persons. Space for dining in this building.-70 at tables in the fellowship hall 28 at tables in the lounge 98 total seating capacity Assembly seating for worship 81 in the temporary sanctuary 10 in the choir 32 overflow seating in the lounge 123 total seating capacity Church...

Kitchen Personnel And Their Functions

Chef de cuisine (kitchen chef) is responsible for purchase of goods, cost control, setting up the menu, and supervision of personnel and hygiene in the kitchen area. Sous-chef (kitchen chef's assistant) represents the kitchen chef In his absence in a targe organization, he takes over some of the chef's duties, Saucier (sauce cook) prepares all sauces and the meals that go with them, as well as all fish dishes (although in large organizations there is a poissonier) he is responsible for the...

Site Planning And Subdivision Layout

Site And Neighborhood Layouts

Site pi anning in its narrow sense involves the disposition of space for appropriate uses the positioning of structures to provide effective relationships (well-proportioned mosses with attractive outlooks and good orientation) the provision of access to structures in an expeditious, attractive, and safe manner the design of Ihe services, walks, streets, parking facilities, drainage, ond utilities the preservation of the natural advantage of the site, and its enhancement by landscaping. In its...