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House 300A Plan by Built4ever House 300A Plan by Built4ever
Modified version of House #300. This one is a courtyard design with master suite in back. Also note new format for perspective sketch includes a nice background tone and, if you look closely, the landscaping plants are named! (I'm doing landscape design as part of the overall design of some houses here in South Carolina, so I'm increasing my knowledge of locally used landscaping plants. Comments? Suggestions?
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darklord86 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014
Very nice!
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Crysa91 Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Is that Greek influence? It looks like more than just American construction.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2013
No. It's Americanized Tudor I would say, but the arches on the interior might look "classical" or Greek to you. Is that what you mean? Nothing about the exterior is Greek.
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Crysa91 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh right. I thought I saw some basic Ionian style conventions and thought to ask.
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swforshort Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I like it... could you make one infused with some greco-roman architecture i.e. big courtyard, atrium, garden...

either way all your concept art is cool
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2012
Look in the gallery, there's a page with four Front elevation starter sketches for a Greek revival house, I will do them soon...
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normandy24 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2011
could you do a victorian style design ?
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2011
Possibly, but I wouldn't do complicated porches with gingerbread trim because the maintenance (painting) is crazy. Depends what your looking for exactly...
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normandy24 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2011
ok...how about a park avu townhouse ?
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2011
What's park avu?
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normandy24 Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2011
park evenue new york ?
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2011
Oh sure, I would do one of those. Have you got a client for me??
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normandy24 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2011
client ? im in collage
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sycamoreleaf Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
NEW HOUSE! YAY!!!!
I particulary like how you solved the problem for the lighting of the living are (a.k.a. kitchen, dining and living) as well as for the stairs. It gives them quite the monumental appearance :D

The inner courtyard also gives it a fairly nice touch. Seems to transport the whole house back in time. Or maybe that's my more romantic side showing again ^^;

Ether way, this house deserves to be build!
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2011
Well, see above, I just photographed something very similar being built in Atlanta, so very do-able concept. House 300A is really a modified version of house 300, essentially same front part, but master suite planned like a separate cottage in back, so not COMPLETELY new he he...
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drugTito Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2011
Lovely! A narrow plan with access on the 'short ' side does impose a great deal of hallways, but I really like how you cut it in half with the inner courtyard, very nice.........and a lot can be learned from you about historical styling, kudos!

Say, are both upper levels bedrooms and stuff, or is the topmost level just plain ol' attic?
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2011
Good question. There will definitely be bonus room/bedroom space above the master suite and garage, but I have to essentially design a second building there. The front part of house will have at least one, maybe two bedrooms, but there could be an open cathedral ceiling over the living area. Just took a picture of a house built and designed by someone else in Atlanta that had a similar courtyard scheme on a very similar size lot, but smaller house...
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