Originally Posted by kpark905
...So far, we're in the bus-shopping and cardboard mockups phase.
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Congratulations, you by-passed one of my peeves -- relying on two-dimension computer images.
My early conversions were about a half-century ago.
Those rigs benefited from my experience as a welder-fabricator.
In the shop, I constantly use cardboard templates to shorten development time.
(In a production shop, finish! the! project! to make room for the! next! project!.)
For your use, you may discover cardboard mockups give a visceral sense of utility and access... and the oft-overlooked interference.
I owned a restaurant business for ten years.
I wish there was a way to move the kitchen away from the main traffic area (the 'drag-strip' down the middle).
Each time I see photographs of a 'U' kitchen at the end of a TinyHomeOnWheels, I get all warmy inside.