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I’m sorry, you are clearly the expert on “traffic areas”, I guess my years of education and experience in this field are meaningless.
First: Since you are such an expert, it’s actually called a “flow pattern” not “traffic area”. Second: the space has been designed to allow for 2 flow patterns, so yes, people may walk past the stove on their way to another room, but that doesn’t mean the stove is IN the flow pattern. It’s not. It is IN the kitchen. The space was purposely designed to allow for people to flow a certain way. It’s intentional. All well thought out rooms have external and internal flow patterns. Walls, furniture, counters, appliances – they are all purposely placed to guide people on how to flow through the space and in turn how to use the space. And who would put soup on the stove and then leave the room to go futz around on the computer? It’s dangerous. You don’t leave the kitchen while the soup is on.
Not sure why you are so insistent on this so I’ll leave you to keep believing whatever it is you choose to believe. You seem happy arguing and I’m not about internet fights with strangers.