The KE ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT will revolutionize the creative design approach to space planning of interiors. Used as a template tool, it will influence the arrangement of spaces.
Stanley G. Love, AIA, RID
Architect, Registered Interior Designer, Licensed General Contractor, Former University Architect, Lecturer, and Inventor of the KE Architectural Element
The KE ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT
combines all standard mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems into a single architectural element which, by placement, forms interior room spaces in both residential and commercial living/working environments. A unique “key shape” is the mounting surface for an array of fixtures, appliances, and cabinetry used in both new and renovated conditions.
The KE architectural element is an efficient, effective, flexible, and sustainable approach to the design and construction of interior spaces. The KE architectural element promotes (a) efficient space utilization, (b) effective distribution of utility infrastructure, (c) flexibility, and (d) sustainable use of resources and energy.
The KE architectural element comes in a SINGLE KEY SHAPE that is adaptable to varied dimensional restraints, depending upon the ultimate use and design intent for the space.
United States Patent No. 8,720,137 B2
The goal of this invention is to create a universal design approach when addressing the layout of interior space of a structure or project.
KE will adapt to a number of standard configurations of plumbing fixture, appliance, and cabinetry layouts.
The KE architectural element is available in three (3) basic model lengths of 12′, 14′, and 16′ or any custom length/height requested.