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A room is any space enclosed within a number of walls to which entry is only possible through a door or other dividing structure that connects it to a passageway, another room, or the outdoors, that is large enough for several people to move around, and whose size, fixtures, furnishings, and sometimes placement within the building support the activity to be conducted in it.

Rooms were first used in early Minoan societies about 2200 BC, as evidenced by excavations at Akrotiri on Santorini, which revealed well delineated rooms within specific constructions.

Different room kinds may be distinguished in early constructions, including bedrooms, kitchens, bathing rooms, reception rooms, and other specialized functions. Rooms sometimes built above other rooms connected by staircases, bathrooms with alabaster appliances such as washbasins, bathing tubs, and toilets, all connected to an elaborate twin plumbing system of ceramic pipes for cold and hot water separately, are all revealed in the aforementioned Akrotiri excavations. Ancient Rome had very complex building forms with a wide range of room types, including some of the first instances of indoor bathing facilities.

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The Anasazi culture had an early sophisticated development of room structures, possibly the first in North America, while the Maya of Central America had advanced room layouts as early as several hundred AD. Comfort room complex multi-level building types appeared in China from at least the early Han Dynasty (around 200 BC), notably for religious and public reasons; these designs included many roomed buildings and incorporated vertical connections of rooms.

Kitchens, pantries, and root cellars, for example, were all meant to assist the labor of the family, and were all intended for the production and storage of food. A home office or study can be utilized for both domestic and exterior business needs. Some work rooms are named by the activity they are used for, such as a sewing room for sewing and a laundry room for washing and ironing laundry.

Other rooms, such as the toilet and bathroom, are designed to provide comfort and hygiene. These rooms might be integrated or separate. The restroom is the public counterpart, which generally has a toilet and handwashing facilities but no shower or bathtub.

These amenities were maintained distinct throughout the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries among those who could afford them. To decrease the risk of fire and keep the heat and smell of cooking away from the main home during the summer months, the kitchen was separated from the rest of the house or subsequently moved to the basement. To keep the stench and insects away from the main home, the toilet, which was frequently a basic pit latrine, was placed in an outhouse or privy.

Over time, a number of room kinds have been identified whose primary function was to socialize with other people.

A vast hall was common in earlier ages in very big mansions. This room was given its name because it was exceedingly huge, regardless of its quality. It was most likely seen in the main residence of an aristocratic estate as a public area. People who had business with the local landowner or his family may meet in this chamber. As the largest room, it could be utilized as a dining room for huge banquets, or it could be cleared of tables and converted into a ballroom with music. A drawing room, off to the side or in a different section of the home, might be utilized as a more private space for the owner’s family and friends to chat.

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