I live in a typical studio apartment in US. It has an open kitchen with a range hood but the the range hood only sucks smoke from the stove to the ceiling, i.e., no outside air circulation. This is the layout of my studio:
The window and front door are the only two openings to outside. There are not windows or ventilation fans in the bathroom. I have put a window fan at the window, which points outwards.
When I cook, it creates a substantial amount of smoke. It takes a day for the odor to mostly disappear. I am afraid the window fan is not very helpful because it only allows the air between the window and the front door to circulate. The air of most part of my home, including the stove, is still dead. So, I would have to wait for the smoke to slowly diffuse to the area between the window and the front door and be removed.
What should I do to make the fresh air circulate through my whole home so that the odor could be removed quickly?