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I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance on this assignment. Student Signature: Yanjie Yuan Floor Plan Evaluation (10 Points) Page 1 of 2 First, open the attached PPT file to view the floor plan that you will be analyzing. You will need to include the floor plan name on the following page and complete the table along with your summary. Next, based on your readings, lecture slides and the check sheet attached in the assignment, evaluate the floor plan. Identify four good design features and tell why they are good according to your text chapter and lecture notes. Then list four poor design features and tell why they are poor according to your text chapter and lecture notes. You have to justify why the features are good or bad examples. I will not accept any items that are : 1) an opinion (e.g., I don’t like where the bathroom is placed) [NOTE: It would be better if you describe specific location of bathroom], 2) deal with size (e.g., the closet/room is too small), 3) an obvious standard feature of a home (e.g., the room has a window) [NOTE: Perhaps window orientation
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  • Fall '17
  • floor plan, master bedroom, Yanjie Yuan

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