- Group “Day”, including, dining room, kitchen, study
- Group "Night" which includes bedroom, kid’s room and sanitary - hygienic premises.
- Corridor scheme, which allows direct connection with any premises, by an extended corridor. Those way individual rooms can be used alone.
- Vestibule scheme. Typical for buildings with great depth, which is why there are formed three lines of premises - two lines outside with natural light and an internal unlit row, where are located vestibule and bathrooms. The vestibule is used as residential space, through which we establish connections with the rest areas. Lights are indirectly through the room in front the vestibule, which is connected through a wide portal.
- Living room scheme. The center of the home is directly lighted area, which is organized as living room, which provides access to other premises. This system is the most widely used and allows the most favorable planning decisions. The entrance leads you directly into the first area of the home - vestibule. It serves as thermal insulator between the outer atmosphere and home and is the main distribution unit which carries out all the functional relations between different groups of areas.
You can find part II of this article here: How to arrange our home to be functional. Part II