Two story house plan is an easy way to mount a guest house on your property is to build a two-story house. The first floor contains the garage you would have had in any case, but the space above the garage is being built with a second floor containing a guest room, apartment or storage space. Plans for a two story garage are drawn in the same way as other plan drawings, with extra care for leaving space for vehicles and an opened house door.
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Go outside to the site you want to build your house. With a tape measure roll and partner, measure the length and width of the site. Select these measurements on a notepad. Take two sheets of checked paper and mark each as “first floor” and “second floor”, respectively. Write a conversion rate of actual life length per graph segment in the corner of each sheet. Draw a top-down view of the exterior walls for the first floor house section of the building. Draw solid solid-walled walls with a thickness matching the converted real thickness, windows as two parallel lines, stairs like parallel bars for each step and the house door as a dotted line. Trace exterior wall shapes and stairs to the other sheet of paper as the second floor of the house.
Delete and draw parts of the exterior wall of the second floor if it differs from the first floor in any way — for example, if the second floor will have a window shutter. Draw inner walls as solid lines. Draw doors in a manner appropriate for their function — hinged doors as a line perpendicular to the wall with a curved dashed line to show their path and sliding doors as two touch parallel lines on the glide and thus displaced from each other. Draw fixtures and bathroom appliances like top-down sketches of how they look when placed in the room itself.
Tips and warnings
The size of the house must hold the garage door when it is in the open position. Determine the width and height of the house door as you like and draw the size of the floor plans bigger than that. Use a graduation disc to get the turning angle hinged doors correctly. Finished floor plans are usually featured on Arch D sheets. Add copyright infringement warnings to your article for the ownership of your work. According to the “Architects Legal Handbook,” this can be placed on any part of the physical paper on which the plans were drawn. It is also advisable to add warnings as reproduction of the drawings can result in reduced or neglected accuracy of the drawings.