G-Shape | Peninsula Kitchen

G-Shape Kitchens, also known as Peninsula Kitchens, are kitchen layouts that continuously locate cabinetry and fixtures along three adjacent walls and ends in a bar counter extension. Popular for efficiently combining an additional seating area and work counter with a U-Shape layout, the G-Shape Kitchen can easily support multiple people at a given time. A minimum central width of 5’ | 1.53 m must be provided for use, but it is recommended that this interior zone be enlarged to between 6’-8’ | 1.8-2.4 m in the short direction to provide adequate room for multiple people to move comfortably. A minimum passage aisle of 3’ | .91 m must be maintained between the edge of the bar counter and nearby cabinetry. G-Shape Kitchens have overall widths that range from 13’-16’ | 4-4.9 m and depths from 12’-15’ | 3.7-4.6 m. G-Shape Kitchens should be planned with an overall area of roughly 136 ft2 | 12.6 m2.

G-Shape Kitchens, also known as Peninsula Kitchens, are kitchen layouts that continuously locate cabinetry and fixtures along three adjacent walls and ends in a bar counter extension. Popular for efficiently combining an additional seating area and work counter with a U-Shape layout, the G-Shape Kitchen can easily support multiple people at a given time. A minimum central width of 5’ | 1.53 m must be provided for use, but it is recommended that this interior zone be enlarged to between 6’-8’ | 1.8-2.4 m in the short direction to provide adequate room for multiple people to move comfortably. A minimum passage aisle of 3’ | .91 m must be maintained between the edge of the bar counter and nearby cabinetry. G-Shape Kitchens have overall widths that range from 13’-16’ | 4-4.9 m and depths from 12’-15’ | 3.7-4.6 m. G-Shape Kitchens should be planned with an overall area of roughly 136 ft2 | 12.6 m2.

What is a G-Shape Kitchen layout?
G-Shape Kitchens, also known as Peninsula Kitchens, are kitchen layouts that continuously locate cabinetry and fixtures along three adjacent walls before ending in an extended bar counter used as a work surface or seating.

How much clearance is required in a G-Shape Kitchen?
G-Shape Kitchens must maintain a minimum central width of 5’ | 1.53 m, but it is recommended that this interior zone be enlarged to between 6’-8’ | 1.8-2.4 m in the short direction to provide adequate room for multiple people to move comfortably.
How big is a G-Shape Kitchen?
G-Shape Kitchens should be planned with an overall area of roughly 136 ft2 | 12.6 m2. G-Shape Kitchens have overall widths that range from 13’-16’ | 4-4.9 m and depths from 12’-15’ | 3.7-4.6 m.

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Depth: 12’4” | 3.76 m
Width: 13’ | 3.96 m
Island Counter Depth: 3’4” | 1.02 m
Clearance (Access): 5’ | 1.53 m minimum recommended
Clearance (Passage): 3’ | .91 m minimum
Area: 136 ft2 | 12.6 m2

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G-Shape | Peninsula Kitchen plan

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