Here's the situation: you only have about 500 square meters (5300 square feet) of land parcel to put the house on — and it's on a slope, downhill from the main road. But is that a disadvantage or just the opposite?
Having a house placed on a slope may not be easy to build, but has some benefits: you can stack the rooms as steps (so that every single room has windows and is oriented towards the sun), you can make sure that drainage & sewage water from the upper floors is re-used in the toilets below (since it flows downhill), you can have a direct access from the living room onto a terrace — and why not using the roof as a parking lot for the family car, right?
Contemporary dwelling for a family of four, eco-friendly and with low energy consumption, made of natural materials and decorated with warm, earth colors. Sunny, well designed open-plan rooms and optimized space. Placed on a small ground space, easy to sustain and clean. Everything layered and fully furnished. Minimalistic interior design. As always, made by yours truly. ツ
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