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More and more I am being asked to design kitchens that will be used by two people working together to prepare meals. Because different people have different work habits, I always start the planning process by surveying the needs of both people. Some of the questions I ask, for example, are: • What are the physical attributes of the two people? A very tall cook working with a very short cook will have a different set of counterheight criteria than two cooks of about the same height. A righthanded person will have different needs than a left-handed person. • Who shops and puts away groceries, and when? Does one family member stop on the way home from work, bringing packages