This residential prototype is composed of repeating rectangular plan modules, based on a four-foot grid. The structure is constructed with standard light-wood framing materials, which could be pre-fabricated into panels and components, then easily trucked in and assembled on site. The utility of the metal siding is replaced around the entry areas with the inviting warmth of cedar boards. The continuous low-slope roof plane is simple to construct, provides excellent protection the elements, and facilitates potential rainwater harvesting. The interior organization, varying ceiling heights, and long vistas through oversized windows, make this compact 960-SF home feel expansive.
- Square Feet885
- Exterior Wall2x6 Construction
- Roof Pitch1.5:12 (main)
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||885 sq ft (Interior)
||448 sq ft (Separate)
|*Total Square Footage only includes conditioned space and does not include garages, porches, bonus rooms, or decks.