Welcome back to Facades World, on the day of the date and after a quite hectic Christmas for everyone, we bring you a copy that is going to make you talk. It is a shared economic house... that's right, "shared". Then you will know the history behind this peculiar construction and in parallel you can use each of the images that we will share as examples. No more chatter ... we start!
Design of economic shared house
As in any part of the world, in Carlton North, Australia, owning a house in the center of the city is increasingly difficult. That's why over time, shared housing will be increasingly common. This economic and modern house seeks to embrace this and create a living situation that brings the best elements of community life to a more adult space. Now, the site has two independent buildings that face each other through a shared garden.
A low blue stone wall, located in the center, provides a natural location for the landscape in the case of the need for a more autonomous life. This allows the inhabitants to control what they share and their level of privacy. The design of an independent building in the back of a house It ended up eliminating the need to demolish that part of the land and, at the same time, it provided a greater density of common space that reduces the individual footprints of the inhabitants.
La The main structure of the building is economical, recycled bricks, recycled iron posts and durable materials were used everywhere. An energy rating of 6.5 stars was achieved with screens, blinds, internal zoning and an isolated garage door, which provides excellent ventilation by just opening it a few centimeters.
Interior design of shared economic house
We will see the spirit of flexibility overturned in the interior design of this affordable housing, with adaptable spaces that still feel personalized and safe. The sturdy ground floor can function as a garage, study or living room. The room is also robust and simple, with concrete and without fixed carpentry, the quality of the space is enhanced by a polished floor, generous glazing, wooden lighting fixtures and excellent thermal performance.
The upper floor can have one or two bedrooms and is very well organized, with plenty of natural light that creates a greater perception of space. The home is a economic building, robust and low impact, which gives joy to the occupants. A solution that promotes community life and a strategy to provide affordable housing in the center of the city.
Shared economic house plans
As a "Bonus Track", from Facades World we leave you an explanatory video of how they were building this shared economic house and we wish that this new copy has been of great help to you. We are in our next post dear readers ...