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In the period from 2012 to 2022, the kitchen space is understood as the most economically frequent room, and in terms of specific requirements, the most complex for planning action. In the process of anthropological deposition and creation of these complex requirements, the kitchen project relies heavily on modern materials, and thus on new technologies. The paper will cover 20 (twenty) kitchen projects, concepts of existing projects from the Macedonian low-rise and high-rise housing structure with all their positive and negative aspects. The project is where everything begins and ends. The paper includes and makes typologies of projects that are most often encountered and projects for which the user experience shows through analyzes that they are accepted as functionally useful. By reviewing a series of changes in the architecture of kitchen spaces over the past 10 years, with a focus on the types of kitchens that were used and how they evolved over time according to the dimensions of the space and the needs of the user, the research focuses on the types of kitchens according to available kitchen dimensions.
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