Total Area : 1500 Square Feet
Living Cum Dining Hall
1 Common Bathroom
2 Bedroom With Attached Bathroom
1 Bedroom with Attached Bathroom
Too often, we consider roofs and walls to be separate elements of the house. By seamlessly flowing these pieces of work from one side to the other, we will take the first step to deviate from the traditional past. Metal wrap siding eliminated the use of traditional eaves, from the construction of the roof to the wall of this house, and made a sculpture shape in a densely populated area. Here, the asymmetry of wooden slats and gables given on both sides is emphasized Contemporary nature. Consider the bottom area to help tie the overhead structure to the wall. The backside of this roofed tree is turning, continuing to the balcony uninterrupted, creating an overall extension of shape. A light colored end frame covers the roof and covers the outside of this house. The corner of the wall can be folded back to blur the lines between the inside and the outside.