Architectural Design Considerations While Planning Your Home!

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Designing a new home sounds quite exciting, and it is! But at a point, it can be frustrating when you are unsure which direction to go, even after so much research on architectural design through different magazines and Pinterest. Also, you may have searched for a lot of floor plans to find out which would be best for your dream home.

You do not have to worry if you have not found out yet! This blog may be helpful in this regard and guide you to determine the architectural design for your house that stands out from the crowd.

What to Consider for Architectural Design During Home Plan

We own a dream home once in a lifetime! Yet, if you desire something unique and contemporary architectural design for your house to make it stand out, it is not too much to ask. On the other hand, it is natural to expect sustainability and efficiency when this home is forever!

Hence, while choosing an architectural design or discussing it with our home builders and architects on it, consider the following facts to ensure a one-off home design:

Less means MORE sometimes!

You may wonder if you should consider a bigger space with a small family. Or is it OKAY to go for a jumbo home just because you have three or four kids? Actually, we believe that considering less can work better sometimes if you make a thoughtful and efficient home design your priority over acquiring a large space!

Quality and perfect space matter more than a bigger floor plan. And while looking forward to sustainability, it starts with your home size. And when you go for a smaller house, you can save a lot.

For example, a small home uses fewer materials and less labour to build the home i.e. lower costs, less use of heating and cooling energy i.e. utility expenses savings, and even less cleaning. Does it make sense?

Consider more doors and windows:

While planning the architectural design for your dream home, make sure you consider insulated doors and windows to make your premises energy efficient. After all, these are the areas transferring the most heat in your space.

Also, pay attention to the U-factor when selecting doors, windows, and skylights for your home design! The lower you can keep the U-value, the more energy efficient your windows and doors are.

However, we advise considering home placement while discussing architectural design with our architects and home builders. Contact us if you have more queries!

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