3-2. 6.8 Seating arrangements should make maximum use of tables for Iwo
t h a t can also be combined to make tables for four or six.
3-2.7 GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Provide windows if view is attractive.
Provide atmospheric lighting.
l e v e l , s u p p l e m e n t e d by lighting at tables.
lighting is appropriate.
S e e table 4-7 for standards.
S o u n d , Generation:
C o n s i d e r a b l e conversational sound.
in floor, ceiling and walls.
V a r i a b l e occupancy area.
S y s t e m should provide good
c o m f o r t conditions for wide range of occupancy and should have quick
Primarily sedentary activities, thus freedom from drafts
P r o v i d e 12-15 air changes/hour for cafeteria service and 8-12
a i r changes/hour for restaurant service.
3-2.8 RELATIONSHIPS TO OTHER SPACES:
Figure 3-9 Affinity Matrix for Dining Room
The affinity matrix indicates relationships between space 2 -
a n d other generic spaces as being required or desirable
(+), of no
consequence (0), o r u n d e s i r a b l e ( - ) .