Flexible Single Family House Architecture Design
The flexible house design is located in an area of 19 feet front, 15feet back and 32 deep with northeast to the bottom line, situated in a gated Tigre party. Designed as single family house by Epstein Architects this flexible house architecture projected for marriage couple with 4 children. Â As particular use projective goal, Epstein Architects was setup the house configurable and flexible so that the house does not stay or sub or oversized.
The single family house plan is to answer home owner requirements, where they ask on the ground floor use as living room, kitchen, toilette, service department or guests and gallery. They also ask to architect creating two bedrooms for children, bathroom, study area and TV, suite with private patio on top floor.
The main idea of this flexible house construction project was to focus as much stays to the north which is generated by the L-shaped, leading to greater development of perimeter, which bisects the north is accurate. Forms a glazed box is simply cut in slabs and beams invested sunlit providing in this perimeter the living room, dining room and gallery in PB and all bedrooms in PA.
Towards the front of this flexible house design at the west site held a closed front, almost abstract, where the idea of nothing is replaced by flat wall, cracks and textures like wood fixed hood upstairs. Southeast facade is closed, almost airtight except for some strategically placed to generate windowed fresh air at the time of sunset.
The goal to creating a flexible house design was reach with fluid spaces, subtly differentiated by configurable windowed case the transverse axis is formed between the kitchen, breakfast bar, gallery and grill, as well as the longitudinal axis that takes the area of entrance hall, kitchen, dining room, living room and pool and to allow the integration from the visual, communicative and playful throughout the ground floor and garden, limit almost imperceptible.
Maintain and reinforce the idea of creating an architectural game, not prototypical, giving absolute priority to guidance, taking into account the different angles and heights of the sun as the seasons, as well as take into account the different winds to deny or credit to create cross ventilation.