6 bends will have to be given to the chimney duct pipe.this is one option.other is drilling the back wall and placing the pipe on the bedroom wall which will go out through cupboad loft which we don't want.
please suggest better ideas.
If you have false ceiling, take through that and you can reduce the bends. SInce the chimney pipe is a flexible one, the bends are only at the junction.
thanks but if l get false ceiling done, it will reduce the height to quite an extent , upto the beam by 18 " and kitchen will appear smaller
"need to design space under the staircase"
DILEMMA IN SELECTING OF KITCHEN HOOD/CHIMNEY!
Fire place with cabinet
what type of chimney will best suit my kitchen
beam is 18" low plus chimney circumference will be 9" which lowers the ceiling by 2 and half feet
Would you be able to share beam placement drawing?
False ceiling could probably be designed in a way to not drop the height of entire area
Kavita, Please share the complete floor plan and what stage the work is in.
Thanks,NitinCornerstone Designs, Bangalore
it's a previously constructed flat. renovation work on. kitchen not started yet.sharing the kitchen plan.backside of the hob area is bedroom wall which ends outside through a builtin cupboard.one advice from the architect was to pierce through the back wall and cupboard loft and have only 2 bends to the vent.we are not keen as we want that wall tp be without any woodwork which will be needed to conceal the vent hose