Modern Contemporary House Plan
Ground Floor: Double garage; kitchen; scullery; staff room (with shower/wc/whb); lounge; guest toilet; dining; TV room; guest bedroom; patio
First Floor: Main bedroom en suit; Bedroom#2 & 3; full bathroom; Pyjama lounge; balconies.
A stunning modern house, a unique contemporary architectural home that is both compact and bold.
Stunningly appointed with clean modern lines and forms that rivals many yet is welcoming and private. This modern house was designed to give a beautiful and striking architectural dimension and to reflect a modern authentic South African feel. The bulging features around the windows are a statement of contemporary architecture that makes this modern house special and unique. The contrast wall colours adds to the variation in formations that occurs ever so dramatically on each elevation. While compact, the spacious internal layout of this home makes it functional and unique in many ways.
The Ground Floor
The ground floor has a unique and fascinating floor layout. The layout begins at the entrance and leads you in an enclose fashion to the lounge and guest toilet then gradually opens up to a free flowing, open air kitchen, dining and patio. The flow continues to a climax in the relaxed TV lounge. The guest bedroom with a self-contained en suit is tucked away from the TV room in a private setting. From the double garage you enter this modern house through scullery. The scullery has a door that leads to the outside courtyard. And a flat arch into the kitchen with its centre island. The staff room is located adjacent the kitchen and scullery.
The First Floor
The upper floor has a pyjama lounge that opens onto the patio. The other 3 bedrooms are laid out on the side of this modern house with access to the patio. A spacious linen cupboard is central to the all the bedrooms. The balcony opens out to the swimming pool views below
These drawings contains a bird’s eye view of each floor layout – showing all walls, rooms, doors, windows, dimensions, drainage, notes and details of material items. It also provides references to other sections and components located elsewhere on the house plans.
These Plans show the sides of the house normally when viewed from all 4 sides – North, South, East and West. The external treatment of walls, exterior materials and finishes is also shown. These drawings give notes and details to drainage components and vertical dimensions of the structure. Corbelling details and roofing notes are also elaborated. All other specific and unique details to the house plan in question are indicated here.
A cross-section shows a sliced view of the entire structure taken at specific points. Large-scale views show sections or cuttings of the foundations, ground level, staircases, walls, floors and roof details. Additional cross-sections may show important details which may otherwise be hidden in the deepest layers of a structure. Sections show how different components interconnect to form a solid and monolithic outcome that becomes a dwelling house. In some cases a large scaled drawing may be necessary to illustrate the interconnectedness of even the smaller components of the building which then translates to the builder and other building consultants what the structure is made of.
ELECTRICAL PLAN WITH ELECTRICAL SYMBOL LEGENDS
This plan provides suggested positions of electrical switches, plugs, lighting, outlets, etc. A layout is provided for each floor level, each room, garage and the exterior. NB. The electrician is responsible for the designs and reticulation of all circuits, wiring and all engineering details of the entire system.
These are included in the respective Floor plans and Elevation diagrams. Their details and notes are also specified here.
This plan shows an overview of the roof configuration. Roof valleys, ridges, Overhangs and Angles are shown. The specifications and details of roofing materials to be used are also detailed.
This is a list of the windows and doors to be used in the project. Usually it depicts the sizes and specific material types of each item. The schedules are read in conjunction with floor plans. Any codes on the floor plans is used to point to the actual item in the schedule.
Property Id : 17787
Price: R 16,500
Property Size: 360 m2
Side To Side: 16.4m
Front To Back: 18.2m
No. Of Garages: 2
Master Bedroom : 21m2
Ground Floor Size: 213m2
First Floor Size: 147m2
Roof Type: Metal Sheets
Window Type: Aluminium
Walk In Closet (WIC)
Built-In Cupboards (BIC)
A PDF house plan file contains an electronic copy of either the Study or Full scale version of the House Plans. PDF stands for Portable Document Format. A PDF file is a digital file format mostly used today to easily transfer files containing text, pictures, drawings and fonts into a single digital file, PDF file format is very simple to use and can be easily downloaded, stored and attached on emails via a PC. This also makes printing of additional copies of the house plan even much easier. To read PDF files you require a PDF Reader software made available free by ADOBE. To download a free copy of Adobe PDF software from ADOBE click this link: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ NB. A PDF House Plan package cannot be altered after purchase. For making post-purchase alterations to the building plans you will require a CAD electronic copy of the House Plans. This file is usually emailed to clients as per order.
A CAD/AutoCAD/DWG/DXF file contains an electronic copy of the House Plans in a format in which the plans were drawn. This file format is ideal in cases where a customer has purchased a house plan that he/she likes but would like to make further changes to the house plans before building or submission to the authorities. You can then take the file to any local Architect or Draughtsman who utilizes a CAD system in order to effect the changes for you. A CAD file can only be opened from a PC which has a CAD system already installed. This file is no usually emailed to clients as per order.
Here the plan is printed on large paper sheets. normally A1 or A0 sheets. One of the copies is coloured in accordance with the National Building Regulations (NBR) and the SANS 10400. The sheets are folded into an A4 size pack and couried to clients.