I can't picture it on my house. I like the color choices overall but I need to see it on the house
Dear Architect/ Design Team, I truly admire the courage with which you took at this challenge to even go an extra mile to design for the vernacular architecture. i would like to push this into the implementation phase in the near future. You missed to send out the upper floor plan but i figured that it would rest on the columns from the floor beneath. This was a great concept even though it would perfectly work well in a rural setting and ultimately raise the standard of architecture. Vernacular Architecture embraces the use of locally available materials and i want to believe your proposal deserve an honorable mention in the course for affordable housing. I look forward to developing this further and possibly pursue it using locally available materials like Rammed Earth and thatch. Many of our customers based in the rural areas would truly love to execute this. Kindly permit that we take this discussion further and possibly collaborate on an actual project. Kind regards David
Very original and interesting design. I like the clear material suggestions. I think there's a little too much going on to be realistically buildable.
I like the way this integrates with the landscape. Some of that is the presentation, which includes colored drawings versus CAD. It meets criteria, but goes beyond showing a larger landscape plan that is appealing. As drawn it would require a concrete pour that is problematic, but I believe this could be adapted to other materials and building methods. I like that the roof extends East and West beyond the room, creating sheltered patio-spaces. Some question whether the overhang on south side is too large, and would block sun making interior dark, but that can be modified. Use of cedar tree trunks as natural posts reminds me of Malcolm Well's work, as does the entire design. All nicely done.
Hard to tell if this works for us without actual floor plans etc. but conceptually its a good design