Camelia, Barcelona, and Avignon are based on the same floor plan which
is rear alley loaded, 4,700 SF. Barcelona photos below:
Alternative design to Barcelona is Montecito below, with
Casita in back, over garage.
See more photos of Montecito here.
Covered Porch entry
Foyer, double height with Grand Stair
Library at front of house with full Bath as optional
Formal Dining Room facing front windows
Formal Living Room with Fireplace facing courtyard
Family Room facing rear courtyard
Island Kitchen and Breakfast open to Family Room.
Private work area with Desk off of Kitchen facing
Utility Laundry Room facing front of house
Half Bath Powder room
Master Suite with views to courtyard, has His and Her
Closets, Tub, Shower, Toilet
Courtyard at rear has swimming pool, Grill area,
fenced in back
Separate one car and two car garage. Can be
converted to Bedrooms.
Small Storage area between house and garage, enclosed
connection to Family Room
Pool half Bath
3 Secondary Bedrooms, each with Bathroom and Closet
1 Playroom, optional Bedroom
Montecito has extra Garage Apartment over rear garage
with separate entry, see front elevation below:
Victorian Style Elevation for a 5,000 SF design, above
5,500 SF Tuscan Villa above
4700 SF French Provincial, unique design
see more here
Brannigan Court Tudor above at 5,000 SF
4,700 SF Chateau (built in Austin, Texas)
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|The four houses above, and 4 below are New Urbanism style homes,
several elevations to be built in Baldwin Park, Orlando.
Three distinct plans with three elevations per plan comprise the set. Avignon, Barcelona,
Villandry, and Camelia are 4,200 -4,500 SF. Astor and
Piedmont 4,400 SF. Casa Brava and Mandalena are 4,200 SF.
While they have rear load alley garages, these can be modified to
side-load or other similar changes can be made.|
Mediterranean Revival Design 3800 SF at left top, French Country Manor top
right at 4,800 SF
Tuscan style Country House at 4,500 SF
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now on CD- rom. (click below left) This is a history of the luxury home
with sections on working with an architect and builder, style, modern and
traditional approaches, etc. Also, companion volume:
Dream Home Design Questionnaire and Planning Kit
(click right below, available as PDF file via email)
Mandalena, in current Orlando Parade of Homes, April 2007. Select
details of this 3,800 Sf plan below:
consider every architectural theme and style worthy of consideration and
emulation in the design of 'affordable houses with character'. Our work
therefore makes several distinctions between the 'Not So BigHouse' (see
critique here). Please understand that the costs for creating new
smaller homes with distinctive interior and exterior features will incur
higher costs for design and construction (per square foot) than a
merchant built spec. house or a larger custom home. Reproducing any
historical style in true period detail , as compared to the clean,
contemporary ('stripped down') regional derivatives, clearly requires much
more effort from the entire building team.
3 story, 3,700 SF
Mediterranean villa: Valencia. First floor contains garages and game room
Spanish Contemporary @ 4,400 SF
3,700 SF Master upstairs, wine cellar under stairs, Game room
Mediterranean Villa Coronese w/basement design
Transitional French Country
Mediterranean Revival, 4,200 SF Master upstairs.
Viterbo 3,200 Sf home design above.
Provence styled villas below
French Manor de Garde at 5-6,000SF above
Tuscan Villa at 3570 SF
Chateau du Lac, above at 4,500 SF
4800- 5200 One Story Mediterranean Traditional Style Home
"....anyone who cares enough can create a house of great
worth -- no anointment is required. If you care enough you just do
it. You bind the goods and trappings of your life together with
your dreams to make a place that is uniquely your own. In doing so you
build a semblance of the world you know adding it to the community that
surrounds you." -- Charles Moore, Architect
Country Home Series
These houses pack interesting spaces and
attractive elevations in smaller spaces. Starting at 1,200 SF,
and for building on lots with a maximum pad width of 28-40 ft, these
historically developed elevations were inspired by the bungalow and Americana
style homes of the 20's - 40's. (Click on the image
for a more detailed view)
These two elevations, top and
bottom, are from a new series to be published soon. They are
derived from the same plan @ approx. 3-4,000 SF
above is Moderne
style with only 800 SF. 'Cube House' has Living quarters on one side,
garage, utilities, and connected roof deck on the other. Single
bedroom up with bath and studio; kitchen, dining, living
page for more photos.
Call for Plans
We are currently seeking work from architects and home designers who wish
to submit designs in period style that incorporate intelligently laid out
floor plans with a well integrated elevation package. We are looking
for starter homes, empty nester plans, and simply smaller designs that
incorporate combined spaces, have fewer bedrooms and other amenities but can
accommodate modern living. These plans can be traditionally
detailed or contemporary but either must reflect characteristic historical floor
planning. We are looking for the best there is in a range of
architectural styles that reflect historic (pre-1940) design principles or
Modern Movement projects, transitional styles, etc. Small houses from the 20's and 30's, craftsman style,
revival styles, etc. are very good prototypes. In addition to our own
plans in development we are soliciting projects to be featured here and that will earn full compensation for their reuse under special
contract provisions. Period style accuracy will be
preferred. Homes can start from 800 SF up to 4,000 SF. Please contact John Henry at email@example.com
for more details.
Contemporary Mediterranean at 3,500 SF above
Sketch of Scheller House by Carole Rast
Low country Victorian @ 4,500 Sf. above
NOTICE: We do not believe that the current popular theory concerning 'Not So Big
Houses' is complete nor accurate in its assessment of American lifestyle, space needs, nor
cost trade-offs. A
preliminary explanation/rebuttal is
as follows: (We invite your comments and discussion, to be printed
SO BIG': CAN LESS REALLY BE MORE?
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