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Construction Drawing Packages:
Each plan set is drawn at 1/4"=1' scale and includes the following drawings:
Artist's Rendering: An artist's drawing of the home, usually viewed from the front, and general construction notes.
Elevations: Shows the front, sides, and rear, including exterior materials, trim sizes, roof pitches, etc.
Main Floor Plan: Shows placement and dimensions of walls, doors, & windows. Includes the location of appliances, plumbing fixtures, beams, ceiling heights, etc.
Second Floor Plan (if any): Shows the second floor in the same detail as the main floor. Includes second floor framing and details.
Foundation Plan: Shows the location of all concrete footings, floor beams, first floor framing, and foundation details. If there is a basement, a basement plan is included which shows all basement details.
Floor Framing Plan (if any): Shows location and spacing of floor joists and supporting walls or beams.
Roof Framing Plan: Shows roof outlines, conventional framing/trusses, beams, roof framing details, etc.
Section & Details: Shows a cross-section of the home. Shows support members, exterior and interior materials, insulation, and foundation. Specific details such as fireplaces, stairways, decks, etc. are drawn at 1/2" = 1' scale, and appear as needed throughout the prints.
Electrical Plan: A schematic layout of all lighting, switches and electrical outlets.
Concept Plan Packages:
Includes PDF and DWG files of the:
Floor Plan (s)
The concept plan package can save you valuable time and resources by providing the essentials of the design allowing for a local designer, architect, or engineer to complete the construction documents to the building practices, requirements, and site conditions in your area. Concept plans include an unlimited build license (non-transferable).
At just 1,900 square feet, the cozy, country-style Ann Arbor isn't a large home, but it feels spacious all the same. The combination kitchen/family room has a lot to do with creating that sense of openness.
Located at the rear, this large space is bright and airy. Windows span most of that back wall, bringing the outdoors in, and a lofty vaulted ceiling adds volume. Still more light spills in through two skylights over the nook. During the darker months, the colorful flames and warmth of the gas fireplace serve as a focal point. Sliding glass doors in the nook open onto a wide patio with a built-in planter at center.
Sink and dishwasher are built into a counter that faces into the living area and could be used as an eating bar. A step-in pantry adds to the generous storage capacity. Utilities and a deep sink are tucked in a pass-through space that connects the kitchen to the garage.
The owners' suite, well separated from the other two bedrooms, has a walk-in closet and private bathroom with dual vanity. Shower and toilet are separately enclosed. Sliding glass doors at the rear provide direct access to the patio. The other two bedrooms share a two-section bathroom.
A traditional post-and-rail covered porch wraps around most of the Ann Arbor's living room exterior. It softens the light that illuminates the interior space, which helps slow the fading of draperies and furniture.
All of the living areas are on one level, so this plan could be adapted for wheelchair accessibility.
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