Material deconstruction and breakdown of materials used in construction.
My original goal in the development of this home was to provide median income families with a house that not only fits within their budget, but is something they can be proud of and comfortable living in as well. By taking advantage of cheaper material alternatives and creating an open, central design, I feel that I have accomplished this. Although the SIPs and Metal Roofing I've used would cost more to integrate initially, in terms of power, they are huge energy and money savers and would provide the family with a long lasting, durable, low maintenance structure.
I've also chosen an area that's located near educational, retail, and restaurant facilities in a neighborhood with a very low crime rate. I hope that in selecting this, any parents that dream of having a family will, one day, have the opportunity to do so, and know their children are safe.
Open concept Master Bathroom with dual-sink counter tops and tub | shower combination.
Open kitchen design with easy access to living and dining rooms to stimulate family interaction.
Spaced hallway for a stronger feeling of and open interior.
Curtain wall provides exterior aesthetics, and interior natural lighting and solar gain.
As previously stated, in the development of my floor plan, I retained the belief of designing an
As pictured above, the purchased site, despite its somewhat expensive cost, provides an extremely