Description:The contestants are to use the existing sketched floor plans provided to create a floor plan to be used in a marketing campaign. The design should fit nicely on a 8x11 glossy and matte sheet that will be have space for a brief narrative of the design. The designer is to use the called out dimensions to scale the plan, as all lines are not shown. Colors are to be assigned to the overall plan, with walls and doors. Rooms are to be labeled and there should be NO furniture. Layers should be used accordingly. The winner will be the d signer that presents the plan in a crisp, modern form that will show well to potential buyers. Upon completion of the design, the winner will be chosen to create up to 12 additional plans and full CAD drawings for construction.
Wants:Colors should blend well and have a cohesive theme for marketing purposes. Text should be clear but not take up to much space. As much effort should be given as possible to give the plan a warm feel but clean and precise.
Don't Wants:Something that looks as if it were created in a hurry.
Ask for Sample:Please provide samples if you would like to get an idea as to whether your previous work is on the right path
#25 Island Olivette - McDonough Architect (Colored) by Chris Rozycki - ENS Design Group
#1 house plan in sydney Australia by NigelP_AU
#2 example plan2 by NigelP_AU
#8 Island Main Level Sample by Mr. Drafter
#11 Home floor plan and coloring_Basement by Mark Malum
#16 PASTEL COLOR_Model home floor plan 01 by Dobrivoje
#17 PASTEL COLOR_Model home floor plan 02 by Dobrivoje
#26 Island Olivette - McDonough Architect (Colorless) by Chris Rozycki - ENS Design Group
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