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BESPOKE TALK Series: Improving the quality of life through innovative room typologies

Updated: May 30


A needs analysis of the clients and users should be carried out at the beginning stage of design and planning. This would inform the area requirements, the spatial program, and the building form. Constant social change continually gives rise to novel forms of housing that seek to accommodate new conditions. However, the objective of creating a healthy living atmosphere that suits its inhabitants remains.

Room typologies are a system of categorizing rooms based on their purpose or use. Room typologies can be useful when designing or planning a space, as they can help to understand how the different types of rooms will be used and how they will relate to each other.

Here are some types of kitchens, dining rooms, and living rooms that BERSABARC Design Studio has come up with for residential projects.

  • The living room is a space where people gather to relax and unwind. A living room should be designed for comfort and relaxation. A good living room will have comfortable furniture and a variety of entertainment options.

  • For the kitchen, the open concept is still a very popular layout. This layout allows multiple people to be in the kitchen at the same time without feeling cramped. The kitchen can also be designed with an island, which is a great feature for entertaining.

  • The dining room is a space where people come together to share a meal. A dining room should be designed for comfort and functionality. A good dining room will have ample seating and space for people to move around comfortably.

In order to produce creative and cutting-edge designs that enhance the quality of life for individuals who live in their houses, BERSABARC Design Studio understands the changing demands of homeowners and conducts a needs analysis at the beginning of the design process.


Ar. Vanessa Sta. Cruz

Lead Architect

John Michael Jalandra

Content Writer


BERSABARC Design Studio 2022

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