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Common Floor Plan Layouts: ► Single-Level ► Split-Level ► Daylight basement ► Two-story ► Dormer ► Multilevel
Single-Level homes, Ranch ► Easy accessibility ► More useable space ► Simpler exterior maintenance ► Takes up more land ► Uses a larger foundation ► Uses a larger roof Advantages Disadvantages
Split-level homes ► Entrance, living, dining and kitchen are on ground level ► Bedrooms are a short flight up ► Garage, laundry, family room are a short flight down ► Not accessible to someone who cannot climb stairs!
Split Level Homes
Daylight Basement ► Suited for sloped lot ► For a single level or multi-level ► Partially underground
Daylight Basement Examples
Two-Story ► Requires stairs Advantages Disadvantages ► Fewer materials required for foundation and roofing ► Uses less land ► Sleeping area can easily be isolated
Dormer ► Requires stairs ► Less floor area than a Two-story Advantages Disadvantages ► Fewer materials required for foundation and roofing ► Uses less land ► Sleeping area can easily be isolated
Multi-level ► Usually more expensive Advantages Disadvantages ► Fewer materials required for foundation and roofing ► Uses less land ► Allows for creative designs
Open vs closed plans closed Rooms are separated Rooms are self-contained open Few dividing walls
Trends in today’s homes ► Society is more urban ► Technology has created more conveniences ► Interiors are less formal ► Designs include open spaces ► Rooms are more multipurpose ► Green Spaces
Architectural Styles ► History ► Characteristics
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