The Rectangular Plan





In the rectangular floor plan (Fig. 222) a portion of the floor space is cut out for a porch (A), so that we may use the end or the side for the entrance. Supposing we use the end of the house for this purpose. The entrance room (B) may be a bedroom, or a reception and living room, and to the rear of this room is the dining room, connected with the reception room by a hall (C). This hall also leads to the kitchen and to the bathroom, as well as to the other bedroom. The parlor is connected with the entrance room (B), and also with the bedroom. All of this is optional, of course.

Fig. 222. Fig. 222.


There are also two chimneys, one chimney (D) having two flues and the other chimney (E) having three flues, so that every room is accommodated.



Fig. 223. Fig. 223.






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