When I draw a house, I try to make it as small as possible at the base, but at the same time utilizing and optimizing the space as much as possible. (Japanese architects are a great inspiration to me.) Therefore, I wasn't too happy with my previous <a href="https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u9af9e021-594c-42be-a883-f632bdbd1e27"><b>Small Suburban Villa</b></a> project: the living room was too small (and the bedrooms too big), and there were too many stairs.
I think this time I did a bit better: the house is still only 8 m × 9 m and placed on a land lot smaller than 130 m² (1400 ft²), but has a large living room, two children's bedrooms and a master bedroom, two bathrooms, big cooking & dining area, plus a large sunny terrace on top. A big series of windows on the roof is overlooking the central staircase and provides for lots of sunlight.
Contemporary dwelling for a family of four, 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 (and a small file, as well). As always, made by yours truly. ツ
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