Individual Dining Settings

Individual Dining Settings

Description
Description

Individual dining place settings represent the standard amount of space required to accommodate a single diner. Split into Minimum and Optimum place settings, these dimensions account for the variety of dinnerware, tableware, cutlery, and glassware that a person might need during a meal. Each place setting includes a secondary shared zone at the center of the table that combines with adjacent place settings to provide enough room for collective serving dishes and platters.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

Minimum individual place settings have an overall width of 24” (61 cm), overall depth of 21” (53.3 cm), and are split between a 16” (40.6 cm) place setting and a 5” (12.7 cm) shared zone. Optimum individual place settings have an overall width of 30” (76.2 cm), overall depth of 27” (68.6 cm), and are split between an 18” (45.7 cm) place setting and a 9” (22.9 cm) shared zone.

3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
Individual Dining Settings
Details
Details

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Minimum Width: 24” | 61 cm
Minimum Depth (Overall): 21” | 53.3 cm
Minimum Depth (Setting): 16” | 40.6 cm
Minimum Depth (Shared): 5” | 12.7 cm

Optimum Width: 30” | 76.2 cm
Optimum Depth (Overall): 27” | 68.6 cm
Optimum Depth (Setting): 18” | 45.7 cm
Optimum Depth (Shared): 9” | 22.9 cm

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Drawings include:
Individual Dining Settings plan (minimum), plan (optimum)

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Dining rooms, often featuring a dining table, chairs, and sometimes sideboards or china cabinets, serve as communal spaces for eating and socializing. The layout of these spaces prioritizes ease of movement and communication. The dining table, central to the space, is surrounded by chairs.