This is a one storey house design with a floor area of 70 m². This model is designed for the following considerations: average lot area, regular floor area, appropriate choice for middle income families and a friendly lay out of house components. This residential scheme features the use of veneer stone finishing, aluminum windows and tegula tiles roofing laid out in a combination of gable and hip roofs.
The design was plotted with two walls in a firewall to maximize the left side and house frontage to provide an optimum service as the lot area is not so big. The plan looks so traditional but still appears so smart which is an excellent choice for economic aspect. Unlike modern architecture which uses glass as primary medium, this design employs the use of typical old fashioned materials that defines simplicity but appealing to the eyes.
The arcs constructed in a stepped formation from the garage to the bedroom complemented the style of the front architecture and matches the look of the roof. In addition to this, the arcs provide fresh homey appeal. Convenient living pervades this design with a low maintenance exterior and side garage for convenient lots.
This is a one storey house design with a floor area of 148 m². An elegant entry enhances an inviting front porch on this traditional design. There is an easy accessibility from the living room to other sections of the house.
The master’s bedroom is provided with a private bath which is repleted with a separate walk in closet while the other two bedrooms share a common typical bath.
The convenient kitchen easily services the formal dining room which can comfortably seat people. The adjoining dirty kitchen serves as an extension to keep the main kitchen tidy and organized as it is closely situated with the dining room.
The design looks so quiet, aesthetically pleasant, and comfortable which answer the requirements of typical Filipino families. This design can be built in a 340 m² lot.
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