Description:Concept : Open, Natural light, Functional
Front covered Porch
Side Deck / Patio
Split level *****
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
Vestibule (Barn door separation Opening to living room)
Open living room / dining room
Family / TV room
Guestroom with bathroom
Upper level bathroom
Wash and dry area
Separation wall with garden
SERVICE AREA: LAUNDRY ROOM
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
Wants:Split level over 300m2 for the house (big master bedroom, open kitchen)
utility ares on 12 to 18 m2
Ask for Sample:want to see sample and then will choose the design that suite my vision better
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