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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY SALINA KHAWAS RENU RAJBAHAK PRESENTATION ON ANTHROPOMETRY AND ERGONOMICS ON RESTAURANTS
  2. 2. CONTENTS  Introduction on anthropometry and ergonomics  Standard dimensions  Case study on Tulip restaurant  Furnitures used in different spaces
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION TO  The study of the human body and its movement with its measurements.  Measurements, also known as ‘anthropometric data’  plays an important role in industrial design, clothing design, ergonomics and architecture  Should consider systematic measurements  The study of people and their relationship with the environment around them.  The application of measurements to products, in order to improve their human use, is called Ergonomics.  Concerned with the "fit" between the user, equipment and their environments. ANTHROPOMETRY ERGONOMICS
  4. 4. Standard Dimensions for Child Child’s Age(years) Table height(inch) Seat height(inch) 1-4 5-7 8-10 11-13 20”-22” 22”-25” 24”-29” 26”-30” 10”-12” 12”-14” 13”-17” 15”-18”
  5. 5. Standard dimensions for adult No of people Round Table Square Table Rectangular table 4 4-6 6-8 36”-44”(diameter) 44”-54”(diameter) 54”-72”(diameter) 36”-44” 36”W*48”L 36”W*60”L 36”W*78”L Chair dimensions for average adults Seat width Seat height Seat height from floor 16”-20” 15”-18” 16”-18”
  6. 6. Standard dimensions for different types of furnitures Tables Height(inch) Width (inch) Length(inch) Coffee Conference Dining Kitchen Sofa Buffet Workstation 19 30 29 29 26 34-38 26 18 36 40 36 14 24 30 36-48 96 64 60 72 60 48 Chairs Seat width Seat depth Seat height Seat height Barstool Dining, side 17” 19” 17” 19” 30” 18” 42” 36”
  7. 7. Case Study  Name: The Tulip Restaurant and Bar  Location: Gairidhara Road, Tangal (Behind Police Headquarters)  Function : A multi-cuisine fine dining restaurant  Space can be determined by fine dining area, bar area, casual dining area, roof top area and garden area.
  8. 8. Pictures at the night time. Garden area
  9. 9. Furnitures used for Garden Area  Casual round dining table used(mostly)  Six round tables which are 4 seated  Structure of table and chair are made of metals  Top of the table has flat marble  Marble gives cooling sensation  With Different settings
  10. 10. Casual Dining area
  11. 11. Furnitures used for Casual Dining Area  Outdoor dining furnitures with folding chairs are used.  Table is square shape  Made up of wood  Wooden garden dining furnitures are used as the place is near to garden
  12. 12. Fine Dining Area
  13. 13. Furnitures used for Fine Dining area  Rectangle dining tables are used  There was 6 seated and 8 seated tables  Total height of chair is little higher than normal chair for lavish looks  Made up of wood and thickness is also greater than normal dining table and chairs  For Well equipped settings
  14. 14. Bar Area
  15. 15. Furnitures for Bar Area  Round bar table( 3 seated), elongated curved bar table, high chairs are used  Round table and round chairs are made up of stainless steel and covered with rexins- both are adjustable  Another type of bar chair is to the side of curved table
  16. 16. Furnitures for terrace area  Sofa like chairs and small coffee tables are used  Coffee table is made up of glass  Also outdoor wooden furnitures are used
  17. 17. Conclusion  Anthropometry- measurement of human body  Ergonomics- relationship of people with environment  Different persons have different dimension( anthropometric data  Furnitures are made on the basis of standard sizes (ergonomics)  Both are interrelated  Help for human comfort
  18. 18. THANK YOU!

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