Do you dare to live in a house plan narrow lot? Although it sounds somewhat eccentric, living in a narrow house can be a great experience, as long as the house is very well designed. Of course, some will say that there are only 2 rooms, that the children’s room shares space with the workplace, etc. But this house is not for you, it was designed for “them”. And in that context is a house that responds with mastery from many restrictions. Number one, a long, narrow type of terrain, very narrow. I dare to say that this type of land is more economical since they are residual (as they were among others …), little demanded and certainly do not adapt to the needs of many people. The architects adopted a way of building a house from a new perspective, re-interpreting the scale, the natural light and the use of each room.
And that makes sense, you can not reach this field with the same look that faces a corner, square or much larger areas. A good design (an architect) of a narrow lot modern house plans sees in what appear to be opportunities constraints and not limiting. The scale refers to the relationship of spaces with other variables, such as light, users, the neighborhood, etc. The scale, so to speak, has to do with the proportions of the rooms and the house as a whole, as a unit. In this case, the height of each room was adjusted according to the number of users and the use of each room.
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For example, the children’s bedroom is 1.3 m. high, while the room has 4.4 m. The room used by a single person has limited natural light, while the space of common use where it is much brighter. With these strategies, the balance between the scale and the light is sought to give a particular character to a simple room. The land was too long narrow house plans to allow a garden to be placed in any space. We chose an interior garden at the end of the ground floor and a terrace at the north end of the second floor. The high windows in the living room are designed not only to let in the light, but also to provide ventilation routes during the summer and thus release the accumulated heat on the roof. By dismantling the living room and dining room, we avoid that a large area is concentrated in one place.