Waiting, greeting guests,
3-1.1 ACTIVITIES AND USES ANTICIPATED:
obtaining information on club activities, orientation to other areas of
c l u b , checking coats and bags, telephoning.
3-1.2 CHARACTER OF SPACE: The entry is the first space the club member
or visitor encounters;
it should express the character of the club.
e n t r y may be used for formal events and should present a dignified,
t h o u g h not stuffy image.
Secondary entries should express an appropriate
c h a r a c t e r : e . g . , informal for an informal bar or lounge, clean and
functional for a service area.
3-1.3.2 Sizing of Spaces:
l o u n g e s , for aggregate of alI entries.
3-1.4 BASIC EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
3-1.4.2 Ashtrays for smokers.
a r e a s and halIways for smokers who are standing.
3-1.5 REQUIREMENTS OF SUB-SPACES WITHIN MAIN SPACE
Coat room should directly adjoin the entry lobby, or relate
t o adjoining hallways on the route to the dining room and
m a i n balIroom.
Room should provide hanging racks for coats, shelves for
b a g s , and a checking desk that can be closed off.
Size coat room for 50% of peak estimated patronage.
Planning dimensions as in Figure 3-1.