Mediterranean, Spanish, Contemporary, Rustic

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Concept : Open, Natural light, Functional
High ceiling
Front covered Porch
Side Deck / Patio
Brick wall
French door
French window
Security window
In-ground cistern
Split level *****
Open distribution*****

Short side driveway
Covered garage (not important)
Covered front entrance porch with pillar (colunm)
Pillar with rock/brick embellishment
Glass frame design
Front side balcony

Front covered porch
Side covered patio (covered patio, deck, upper balcony
Service area
Utility area
Vestibule (Barn door separation Opening to living room)
Open living room / dining room
Full kitchen
Half bathroom
Family / TV room
Guestroom with bathroom

Master bedroom
Master bathroom
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Upper level bathroom
Open area.

2 bedroom
1 bath
Storage room
Exterior kitchen
Laundry room
Wash and dry area
Separation wall with garden

Counter top for ironing
Small cabinet for storage and shelves

Water heater and pump

Living /dining room open concept
Brick accent wall
Side covered patio

floor plan, all the facade, 3D
PS: I can email the land on CAD file

WILL NEED: Common drawing service areas include exterior elevations, foundation plans, floor plans, ceiling and roof plans, building cross sections, and wall sections, 3D elevations
Split level over 300m2 for the house (big master bedroom, open kitchen)
utility ares on 12 to 18 m2
tropical climat
Ask for Sample:
want to see sample and then will choose the design that suite my vision better
  1. AutoCAD


= Buyer's Rating
#3 house design by tsuen
Jan 12, 2018 0:54
#2 Mediterranean, Spanish, Contemporary, Rustic Design by Mahbub
Jan 3, 2018 9:25
#1 Villa by Arhitecto
Dec 12, 2017 21:23


Sun, 17 Dec 2017 20:52:46 +0000
Where is the lend? we need to see it on Google Earth! :)
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:09:28 +0000
Before anything constructive can be obtained, a floor plan concept needs to be developed as a starting point. A free hand sketch with some basic room sizes would help. A traffic pattern needs to be established. Forget all the other wants for now and go for one thing at a time. Knowing the materials Available for the construction would be helpful, or at least some building code specs for the initial planning. The fee at this stage is not as important as a starting point from which to work. Just my view of it.
Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:51:40 +0000
For those unhappy with the offering price, what would be an appropriate amount to solicit at least a few entries? It may be that those posting some of these jobs aren't necessarily "crazy", but rather just less familiar about the amount of time it would take and the appropriate compensation for that level of work.
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 21:59:31 +0000
I agree with C, Rush. Your talking about a months worth of design alone, not to mention final plans.
Tue, 12 Dec 2017 21:02:03 +0000
You want all of this for just $640. Your crazy. I got paid $850.00 just for a kitchen, bathroom, and hallway addition.



Tue, 12 Dec 2017 19:51:18 +0000
Would you be needing professional overseeing of the building execution?

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