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Shop Floor Layouts

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    shop floor
  • The part of a workshop or factory where production as distinct from administrative work is carried out
  • workplace consisting of the part of a factory housing the machines; "the productive work is done on the shop floor"
  • The Shop floor literally is the floor of a factory (machine shop) where people work on machines, or the space in a retail establishment where goods are sold to customers. It is opposed to offices and so forth providing accommodation to the business's management.
  • The way in which text or pictures are set out on a page
  • The way in which the parts of something are arranged or laid out
  • (layout) a plan or design of something that is laid out
  • The process of setting out material on a page or in a work
  • (Layout (computing)) In computing, layout is the process of calculating the position of objects in space subject to various constraints. This functionality can be part of an application or packaged as a reusable component or library. Web browser engines are sometimes called layout engines.
  • (layout) the act of laying out (as by making plans for something)
shop floor layouts - The Budget
The Budget Guide to Retail Store Planning and Design
The Budget Guide to Retail Store Planning and Design
The perfect learning tool for opening a store or renovating one, this book is a nuts and bolts approach to the planning and design of a new store, covering budgeting store design, working with designers, store layout and colors, ceilings and spaceframes, interior signage, lease analysis and negotiation, storefronts and signs, retail floor coverings, wall and floor fixtures, and putting it all together. The author has experience in store planning, fixturing and lease/legal negotiations, and included an invaluable retail lease checklist and appendix of store plans.

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Wo Cheong Pawn Shop, Wanchai
Wo Cheong Pawn Shop, Wanchai
History The four bays of balcony type tenement buildings form a continuous facade verandah facing Johnston Road. It is quite likely that certain parts of the buildings could date from around 1888. The buildings lie on land reclaimed before 1887. In 1966, the Yu Clan purchased the building at 64, Johnston Road and inscribed the Chinese name of The Hong Kong Yu Clansmen Association on the top verandah facade. Woo Cheong Pawn Shop at 66, Johnston Road was originally owned by the Lo family, a well-known local pawnshop trader for over a century. Architectural attributes The 4 pre-war residential blocks are unique Chinese-styled tenement houses, Tong lau, that were occupied exclusively by Chinese and predominantly seen all over southern Chinese cities and town in the nineteen centuries. Tong lau's existence was a culmination of a series of historic forces from economic development of Hong Kong, Second World War as well as the influx of Chinese migrants to Hong Kong. The shophouses were a mixture of Chinese and Western architectural features. They were built in contiguous blocks in elongated layout and characterised by their narrow frontage. The shophouses have 4 storeys with verandahs facing Johnston Road. Every unit is about 450 - 700 square feet with high ceiling and French windows to the balconies. Light wells are located between the living space and the kitchen at the back. The shophouses did not have toilet provisions. The "nightsoil" from the pail latrine was collected by government scavengers at night. Ground floor is devoted to family business whereas upper levels are for residential purpose. Covered pedestrian arcade formed by the projected balconies and the columns on ground floor provides a sheltered area. Address: 60-66 Johnston Road (after preservation), Wanchai.
Welwyn Garden City Entrance
Welwyn Garden City Entrance
The entrance to Welwyn Garden City greets you with three unforgettable images: An enclosed galleria-type shopping mall, adjacent to the train station, a prominently located Starbucks coffee shop on the upper floor commanding a view of the third welcoming image – a 200-foot wide 800-foot long linear landscaped park flanked by narrow one-way streets. This linear park immediately sets the mood of the country, relaxation and delight contrasting a day in the congested, frenetic city. This was the prime motive for the Garden City –Suburb movement and can be experienced at first contact. The Galleria mall recalls the famous Gallerias of Milan, Naples and Paris of the 19th Century – then for the aristocracy now for everyone. Naturally, it supplement and outcompetes the stores of the main street because of it size and convenience. The Starbucks trademark ( A US chain) is an ironic comment on the Howard idea of a self-sufficient city of local produce, local industry and local enterprise. The idea of the couplet main thoroughfare has resurfaced in recent layouts for subdivisions and is systematically used as an organising principle in the Fused Grid model (see photo stream, Wiki and web site)

shop floor layouts
shop floor layouts
LEGO Creator Green Grocer
Amazing details and design! Expand your LEGO neighborhood or start a new one with the Green Grocer! Designed in a modular style, this colorful and lively building features a grocery store and classic apartments that can be built, rebuilt and rearranged to suit your own LEGO town. Detailed architecture includes realistic interior, courtyard access, a roof terrace and fire escape, lots of windows and doors, and much more! 2352 Pieces.

Build a street layout by combining Green Grocer with 10190 Market Street and 10182 Caf' Corner!
Top 3 floors lift off to reveal inner rooms!
Grocery store features a blue and white awning, cash register, bins for bread, vegetables and fruit, refrigerator and tiled floor!
Apartments have lots of details like bay windows, fireplace with tools, grandfather clock and windows that open to the fire escape!
Stairs lead up to the apartments and to the roof terrace!
Roof terrace has chairs, umbrellas, grill and flowers!
Check the mailboxes for letters!
Fire escape ladders move up and down!
Access the courtyard behind the building!
Street features lampost, fire hydrant and light fixtures!
Includes 4 townspeople minifigures, plus a cat and rat!
Measures 14" (35cm) high and 10" (25cm) wide!

Lego Systems, Inc. Ages: 16+

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