The differences between the houses are connected not only with the material used, the quality of its processing, insulation and communications. The area occupied by the building is also of great importance: it directly affects the functionality of the building and the possibilities that the residents will have later.
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The house project 8 by 10 m is quite popular, it can be used in places with very dense buildings. Such structures are very compact and economical (due to their small size, construction and finishing will not take a lot of money), while the overall functionality does not suffer at all. A house with sides of 8 and 10 m fits well on a narrowed or very small plot, it can get a strictly individual layout.
The architects manage to harmoniously fit into the plans all the most significant premises, even to supplement the dwelling with an attic or basement. Many options for this type of home may contain verandas and garages.
Houses 8 by 10 m are mainly intended for families of 2-5 people. This is the number of residents who feel as comfortable and pleasant as possible in such buildings.
Opportunities to vary the internal structure, layout and decoration allow you to flexibly adapt the house to the needs of specific people, and not create something template. For example, you can choose small isolated rooms or create a completely open space without internal partitions.
Homes of the size in question may include:
- large living room;
- sleeping room;
- dining room;
- dressing room;
- boiler room;
- storage room.
A sensible project should also include an autonomous water supply system, since the stability of water supply through main pipelines is not great now. It is equally important to think over the arrangement of the sewerage, electrical and heating systems. The most advanced, but also the most expensive designs provide for emergency power supply systems.
The exact layout of an 8x10 m house is determined not only by its functional features and the distribution of tasks between rooms. In addition, the following are very important:
- the presence or absence of buildings in adjacent areas;
- the presence of other buildings on the same site;
- the level of illumination in different places and at different times of the day;
- dominant wind direction;
- distribution of heights and lowlands.
Thinking over a planning solution, they always pay attention, of course, to the arrangement of communications, and to what heating system will be used: how many radiators will be installed, what type of them. With regard to the location of the premises, in most cases the first tier is assigned to common rooms (kitchen, living room, dining room), sanitary facilities, utility rooms.
Planners should also focus on the size of the interfloor staircase and its location, on the optimal organization of approaches to it from above and below.
In most standard projects, the entrance door is placed above the porch or in the terrace.
When making a project for a house of 8x10 m, most often bedrooms are placed inside the attic floor, where they are least accessible to prying eyes. If you turn to the option built from foam blocks, you can find that for a total area of 124 sq. m. the share of living space is less than 70 m2.Such a solution allows you to create a large and outwardly spacious attic, but a relatively small kitchen. It is unlikely that it will be convenient to place tables there for large families. But the attic floor is equipped with three bedrooms.
Consider another project: a 10x8 m house is made from a bar or a wooden frame. The house is distinguished by the rational use of the entire area, it is provided with a fairly spacious kitchen, there are three bedrooms. The total area is 126 sq. m., non-residential premises account for 38 sq. m. If the need arises, you can always convert one bedroom into a space for children.
Many customers prefer a frame house because it combines three main advantages:
- affordable price;
At the same time, it is possible to build a frame structure in a very short time. Developers can choose between Finnish and Canadian technology. In the first case, special shields are used, which are almost completely ready for use. Sometimes even completely finished walls are brought to the construction site, into which windows and doors have already been built.
The Canadian scheme is practiced mainly not by individual customers, but by construction companies that create entire cottage settlements over a large area.
Attention: you need to carefully control what kind of thermal insulation is installed in a particular house and how high-quality it is. If you do not follow this, then you will have to lay a new layer at least once every 10 years.
When choosing a frame-panel arrangement scheme, the building material is mounted independently, then it is processed and thermal protection is created. Economically, such a solution is relatively profitable, but you have to come to terms with the increased difficulty of work.
The frame-panel type is unthinkable without the involvement of the construction industry: only in industrial plants can the necessary components of the future house be prepared. But the level of requirements for the qualifications of builders is going down. High-quality material is used for a long time, the cost of heating the building is reduced.
The elimination of attic floors and the changed shape of the roof can reduce the consumption of materials during construction.
A two-storey house measuring 8 x 10 m, finished with dark pink siding, complemented by an attic. There are two separate entrances in different parts of the building. In addition to ordinary windows, there is also figured one, and the roof is covered with graceful gray tiles.
In this case, the presented building is brick, while the walls are completely snow-white. In addition, partitions in windows and doors have exactly the same color. The attic parts of the building are complemented by curved balconies. The composition is completed by light brown tiles and an exquisite stone chimney.
As you can see in this photo, a house with dimensions of 8 by 10 meters with an attic is clearly divided by color on different tiers. Above the white walls is a dark gray tiled roof, which houses three rectangular windows. There is a white chimney next to one of them. The sophisticated gray door is the highlight of the façade, as are the vertical strips of brown wood.
The light yellow walls, over which the graceful blue roof is located, look attractive against the background of the porch painted in the same color. From the attic you can go to the balcony, the fence of which is made of diagonally spaced elements. One of the attic windows is located perpendicular to the general plane of the house.
For another interesting project of an 8 by 10 house, see the next video.