Description:Hello I have a floor plan for a house in new Zealand that i need some concepts drawn up for the elevations and roof design in dwg format. I am open to Ideas that any architects have to add to the design. option of modern or traditional design would be great,
feel free to alter the floor plan attached to make your desing work but still keep the same basic layout concept.
a few guide lines:
2.4m Ceiling height
timber frameing construction
mix of brick veneer and rendered cladding
floor to ceiling sliding door in the kitchen lounge/family room
must have and soffit overhang.
thanks and have fun.
How easy it is to build
use of cladding types and windows and doors
appeal of each elevation.
Don't Wants:copies of designs.
budget looking architecture
dont want a box looking design
Ask for Sample:Please send a sample if you would like feed back.
- IronCAD (2014)
#4 Front View Elevation by Morte F.
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