GROUND LEVEL PLAN A.  Entry.  B.  Garage.  C.  Laundry area.  D.  Covered car port.  E.  Pervious Pavers.  F.  Entry deck.  Each unit is strategically dimensioned on a 16” grid in plan. This is the typical framing spacing for this sort of construction and a typical module for exterior cladding. By adhering to this grid in plan the structure is optimized, eliminating redundancies and waste and reducing the cost of construction.
  LEVEL ONE  A. Living room.  B.  Dining area.  C.  Kitchen with walk -in pantry.  D.  WC.  Each unit is strategically dimensioned on a 16” grid in plan. This is the typical framing spacing for this sort of construction and a typical module for exterior cladding. By adhering to this grid in plan the structure is optimized, eliminating redundancies and waste and reducing the cost of construction.
  LEVEL TWO   A.  Bedroom with clerestory window.  B.  Bathroom.  C.  Patio and access to roof deck..  D.  Covered car port.  ach unit is strategically dimensioned on a 16” grid in plan. This is the typical framing spacing for this sort of construction and a typical module for exterior cladding. By adhering to this grid in plan the structure is optimized, eliminating redundancies and waste and reducing the cost of construction.
  ROOF DECK A.  Roof deck.  B.  Patio below.
  TYPICAL UNIT AXONOMETRIC   1.  Solar panels.  2.  Clerestory windows.  3.  Roof deck.  4.  Casement windows.  5.  Charred cedar cladding.  6.  Translucent garage door.  7.  Entry.
  TYPICAL UNIT WEST AND SOUTH ELEVATIONS
  TYPICAL UNIT EAST AND NORTH ELEVATIONS
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