Help with galley kitchen layout
I am in the process of building a 1,200 square-foot loft space that already been framed. The original plan was for a wetbar with a microwave but that has been abandoned in order to make the space a fully-functioning dwelling -- as it has been permitted for -- with a legitimate kitchen. This space can be rented where the original space was more of a game-room and huge office.
The space has a sloping ceiling from about 7-feet high at the low end to 12-feet tall on the other. There are exposed beams running that span that are spaced approximately every 5.5 feet that come down another foot from those aforementioned heights.
The living space that includes the kitchen needs to also contain a TV/sofa location and a dining area. The architect likes the TV centered on the west/right wall, between the 2nd & 3rd beam. All of the windows are about 21-inches off the floor, making putting any furniture against the wall difficult.
The current design shows a galley-type kitchen and a small restaurant corner-booth. Please let me know if you see a better layout that does not involve moving walls.