Home front facade mockup - Indian or Eastern style but flexible
- Durum: Closed
- Ödül: $150
- Alınan Girdiler: 3
- Kazanan: mohamadbesher
I've recently purchased a house (built in the 1970s) and want to change the front facade of it.
The house has 4 large arches in the front - I was initially going to demolish them and go for an ultra modern, clean look but have been giving some thought to an Indian / Eastern inspired front instead which could allow us to modify the arches and overall look.
As the house is over 2 storeys, I would like something cohesive in the design which could bring both levels together.
A recent picture, and old floorplan, is attached - please note
1. I am likely going to extend the lounge and cover the patio behind the first 2 arches
2. We will be extending the area under the 4th arch (to match the bottom level of the house)
3. The width of each arch area is 2400mm, height approx 6500mm, width approx 12000mm
4. I am flexible on the final colour but likely to keep it white or beige
5. The design should not be too ornate as that may cause challenges for the builders and glass installer
6. The wall (see floorplan) which currently obstructs the area below the 3rd and 4th arch will be removed
7. (I've added to some of the comments) The New Section (below The 4th Arch - Ie The Arch On Extreme Right) Will Protrude Approximately 4m From The Current Position (per Comment 2)to From An L type Shape. That Section Will Also Be Apprx 5m Wide To Match The Bottom Section That Will Be Built (per Floor plan). The 4th Arch May Therefore Retain Current Position Or Centralised. We Won't Be Able To Make The Arch Bigger But For Symetry Need To Think About Other Possible Elements In The New Area
IMPORTANT - If you have alternate ideas that I could consider , feel free to suggest - as mentioned I was initially thinking of a more ultra modern look but now keeping the arches - so am really flexible on the potential.
Looking forward to some great ideas
“He nailed the design brief with his first attempt, he was very flexible on changes to get to a final design and provide me with multiple options”
AshlinR, South Africa.