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Map: Cafeteria

In Maps on March 8, 2010 at 9:00 am

Part of a larger office building, this is the cafeteria for some well-paid executives. 1 square = 1 foot. The office building started as a floorplan found via Google.

Leave me comments, tell me what you think!

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  1. Viri, Great map! For realism, I’d probably dump the cafeteria equipment in favor of vending machines. With a room holding only 6 people, I’m not sure that a full cafeteria set-up would be likely. My two cents, feel free to toss those in the wishing well, though. 🙂 Keep up the good work!

  2. This time, I am indeed tossing these in the wishing well 🙂 It’s an executive cafeteria and I don’t think well-paid corps would go for vending machines 🙂

    I will keep these comments in mind for further maps of this sort though as those are good thoughts!

  3. That’s a pretty small room. The upper table is uncomfortably close to the door; somebody entering is going to have to sidle crabwise around it.

    If the executives are really living in sybaritic luxury they’re not going to be served stuff out of warming pans. Waiters will bring food prepared elsewhere.

  4. Thanks for pointing out the table/door issue.

    There is balance. Corps don’t live in sybaritic luxury or they wouldn’t be eating at work in the first place. They’re just too busy to leave. But they’re execs so they do get food, unlike the peon. The company doesn’t care if the peon starves.

  5. If labor is so cheap, all the more reason they would employ laborers instead of capital equipment.

  6. In case that seems contradictory, there are two situations where you’d substitute labor for equipment: one is labor is expensive and using it is a form of conspicuous consumption (show how important you are by having a personal driver, valet, etc.) and the second is labor is cheap so no point in spending money on equipment when you can just use more bodies.

  7. Humans are not always logical. These types of cafeterias do exist now, they might well still do so 20 years from now.

  8. Really liking the maps. Keep up the good work!

  9. You bet I will!

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