House Plans and Home Floor Plans

Tiny House Plans

The idea of tiny houses has become more and more popular, thanks to shows such as HGTV's Tiny House Hunters. But there is one major problem with tiny homes: often, they do not quite fit the needs of the family that plans to use them, and therefore it is very difficult for the family to move in comfortably. And there is another problem: often, tiny houses can cost almost as much as a regular house can So what is the solution? Now, with this ebook guide from master carpenter and carpenter Tom and his wife Shayne. These plans will teach you how to build a tiny house to your OWN specifications, designed exactly the way that YOU want it done. Now you can get the house of your dreams, for a smaller cost AND a better end result! Why mess with a house that will not be what you want? Instead, get the tiny house YOU want today! Read more...

Tiny House Plans Summary

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Author: Tom and Shaye
Official Website: www.diyhousebuilding.com
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Australian Floor Plans

An assortment of Australian House Plans that are designed to help both the home owner and small builder find the appropriate plan to suit their needs. This combination of designs can help you select the right size home to fit your budget and allotment. There are a variety of plans to suit both flat and sloping allotments, low and medium range sizes of houses and also a special selection of duplex plans for the investor. This book is for people who know what they want in a home and also want to design it themselves. Included will be a floor plan, elevation plan and sectional plan which will enable you to incorporate your individuality in a home or part thereof with the convenience of full and detailed information. As an owner of our E-book you can copy the plan for viewing purposes and for helping create new ideas for your own design. Read more...

Australian Floor Plans Summary

Contents: Plans, Ebook
Author: Peter Martin
Official Website: www.australianfloorplans.com
Price: AUD 9.95

Home Owner Builder Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

Construction mistakes are very common, even with a kit home. When building your first kit home there are many opportunities to make blunders: some small, others large. Even though building a kit home is a great choice for the amateur builder, they are still complex projects. Fixing mistakes can be a weekly or even daily event. Avoiding them in the first place, even better. Inside this book you'll discover tips on. Groundwork: choosing plans, budgeting, pc choice, kit provider negotiation, and skills. Site selection and preparation: home sites, neighbours, excavation and security. Kit design: sustainability, bathrooms, electrics, kitchens, floor-plan and dimensions. Compliance and due diligence: rules, legals, approvals, safety and insurance. Project management: project logs, planning, advice and protection of assets. Common building mistakes: involving frames, piers, insulation, pests, wet areas and finishing. Read more...

Home Owner Builder Mistakes And How To Avoid Them Summary

Contents: Ebooks
Author: Michael Jenner
Official Website: www.kithomebasics.com
Price: AUD 8.95

Allocation of activities to spaces

In architectural design and urban planning, a dominant spatial dimension of resources is the position of resources in two- and three-dimensional space. This position is commonly expressed in floor plans, land use plans, and three dimensional models of buildings and their urban environments. In terms of allocation of resources, a floor plan is a proposal for allocation of architectural spaces to accommodate human activities such as living, shopping, eating, and office work. In terms of Open Design Which spatial layout of the resources fits the activities to be accommodated best, in accordance with stakeholders' wishes, goals, and constraints, and with the architectural style chosen Starting from the standard LP model The function of the variable aij is explained with an example (Table 8.1) A floor plan F for building B consists of four spaces, si,s2, s3, s4. The floor plan should accommodate three different activities, d1, d2, d3. The designer of the floor plan decides that si is...

Prototyping for projects with user interfaces

Prototypes should be done from the top down. Start with what the users will see and the sequence in which they will see it. Involve your usability and design experts as early as possible to get to some reasonable designs and assumptions. There's not much sense in spending days planning databases and XML schemas until a few screens have been made that's like building the frame of a house before you've seen the floor plan. If you do, you're guaranteed to throw away production quality work, something the prototyping effort is meant to avoid. (For arguments on the issues of programming before designing, see Alan Cooper's The Inmates Are Running the Asylum, Sams, 2004.)

Identification of alternatives

For each selected alternative, the planning process proceeds through several steps. For a facility project such as our proposed elementary school, the architect will begin to develop general concepts, perhaps using proximity or bubble diagrams to show relationships among the facility's functions, leading to preliminary floor plans and renderings. The engineer will support this process with general investigations of utilities, structural components, sitework and communication systems. For a highway or bridge project, the engineer will lead the effort to

Persuasion by numerical and geometrical modelling

Numerical calculations are often not convincing enough. architects are generally not impressed by numbers, they want to see what outcomes look like. To convince, therefore, outcomes of numerical calculations need to be visualised. Any numerical outcome should be visualised by associated geometrical modelling. For instance, if an alternative for the number of 2-person and 1-person rooms of an office building is proposed, a drawing of the floor plan should immediately appear on the display to visualise the features of the proposed distribution of 2 and 1 person rooms.

Adding dwellings in an inexpensive price category to the plan

The geometrical model will be changed to include small studios situated right above the passenger terminal (Fig. 9.1). The floor plan of the dwellings is such that they are oriented towards the roof above the railway tracks. This roof is meant to function as a park, a public area. The access to the dwellings is through a gallery that can be seen from the passenger terminal.

Architect

On a facilities project, the architect takes the lead responsibility for developing the owner's programme, first into a generic or conceptual design, then into more detailed floor plans and finally into a complete set of drawings and other documents sufficient to have the project assembled in the field. The architect is concerned with building space use, appearance, relationships among users and spaces and finishes, as well as the overall coordination of all parties to the planning and design process. In addition, the architect will probably be in charge of the process to select the contractor and may be involved, during construction, in quality control inspections and other activities on behalf of the owner. When the engineer is in charge of a highway, industrial, heavy or utility project, the architect's role, if any, will generally be confined to the visual appearance and finish details of any buildings and other structures. The Royal Incorporation of Architects of Scotland...

Design development

Design development activities flow naturally from, and are based on, documents produced during schematic design. In Figure 3.2, note the progression from schematic design to design development. Work continues on the site plan, floor plans, exterior elevations and building sections, with detailed work on wall sections, structural floor plans, reflected ceilings and laboratory layouts. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing distribution design receives major emphasis. Code analysis work is updated and site utility, cost estimate and agency review efforts are expanded and refined. In addition, work on construction specifications is begun. Fivecat Studio (2001) is so bold as to state the following

Greener Homes for You

Greener Homes for You

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