The project of a one-story house 6 by 10 can accommodate everything that is necessary for a full life. There are many options for houses with excellent layouts from timber and frame-type houses, brick buildings. It will be useful to pay attention to the features of structures with a terrace and other types of structures.
Layout of rooms
The distribution of premises in one-story houses 6 to 10 should obey the requirement of ease of use, and also pursue the goal of creating full-fledged communications. Most often, projects involve the arrangement of an attic. This is due to the ability to expand the usable space. It is worth considering that there are no special differences between brick and those built from foam blocks, from a bar or using frame technology. Although the insulation, foundation and other nuances are somewhat different, the distribution of the usable area is subject to general universal rules.
It is recommended to equip a vestibule at the entrance to the dwelling. Its use protects against too cold air in the winter and heat in the summer months. The tambour usually plays the role of the primary wardrobe as well. The living room located to the right of the entrance is usually a glazed guest area (combined with a bedroom).
If you have a long blank wall, it is useful to line the main furniture along it.
A private house 6x10 in the Russian climate cannot do without boiler equipment - usually it is a separate room, which is as far away from the bedrooms as possible. It can also be placed in the house, but safety standards prohibit combining boiler rooms and bathrooms. A study or workshop is most often discarded because their equipment means consuming a lot of free space. It is impossible to achieve such a goal without reducing the comfort of the main living rooms. An alternative layout includes:
- a medium-sized kitchen-dining room (performing its task properly, but saving useful space in addition);
- mixed bathroom;
- living room no larger than 18-20 sq. m.;
- bedroom from 12 to 15 m2;
- nursery - the same area as the bedroom;
- technical and boiler room from 2 to 5 m2.
Almost always, when they talk about a one-story house with an excellent layout, they mean that it is being built with a terrace. She is sometimes glazed. The choice of glazed, open or closed circuitry depends on practical considerations. The colder the climate, the more relevant the closed version - it allows you to insure against the vagaries of the weather. A full-fledged open-type terrace is usually equipped where the area of the site allows, and an extensive vestibule can be placed, which performs the function of protection from cold or heat.
If an attic is being formed, you must immediately decide whether there will be 1 or 2 rooms in it. The staircase is mainly taken out of the hallway, which is the most practical and logical. Verhotura is organized so as to obtain the most practical angle of inclination of the roof. It is determined taking into account the balance of structural, snow and wind loads.
On large enough plots, you can also put a garage - 15-20 sq. m minimum, not counting entrances, walkways and fire breaks.
What to consider when choosing a plan?
It is not enough just to assess the correspondence of the area and its distribution among rooms - you need to look at many other things. An attempt to use a free project downloaded on the Internet, or borrow it from neighbors, colleagues, friends, will inevitably turn into problems. Let the house be reliable and durable, but certain flaws will surely "surface". That is why it is so important to buy an individual elaboration of an idea and it does not make sense to save money on that.
Typical designs are not optimized for specific areas and their geological and landscape originality. Nevertheless, if there are no special wishes, it is quite reasonable to take the standard scheme as a basis and, with a small surcharge, adapt it for yourself. But on a somewhat complex area, you will have to use an individually ordered plan. The costs of developing it are definitely less than the likely costs of "saving". Be that as it may, both in the standard and in the individual project, the following should be presented:
- architectural scheme;
- subsections with structural and engineering calculations, diagrams and plans.
If there is only a sketchy part, no matter how beautiful, then you cannot rely on it. It is impossible to make an estimate based on such materials, and the construction will take an ugly long time and will lead to the expenditure of huge funds. The project should be crystal clear:
- what is the size of the facade and what is it made of;
- what are the geometrically accurate dimensions of structures and floors;
- what are the key dimensions of doors and windows;
- how the chimney and ventilation are arranged;
- what the walls are made of, and so on.
The design section mentions all the technical information that the design engineer compiles. The structural elements of the building itself and the foundation are unambiguously calculated there. There are also schematic drawings and detailed descriptions of characteristics, masonry plans and lists of lintels. Only trained specialists can check all this in detail. Therefore, when choosing a home plan, consulting with independent experts is not a luxury, but a necessity.
If there is no money for an individual scheme, and you involuntarily have to choose a standardized solution, then you need to look at the following nuances:
- compliance of indents and fire standards, areas for a garden and a garage, adjoining buildings and other points to the features of a particular site;
- the need for certain premises;
- thoughtfulness and functionality of the project, its visual appeal;
- comparative simplicity - although a roof with a large number of slopes looks elegant, it will increase the cost of work and increase the likelihood of leakage;
- features of different projects (it is advisable to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of them, even, perhaps, paint them in the form of a list).
When evaluating projects, priority should be given to their relevance to site characteristics rather than personal tastes or fashion aesthetics. It is required to verify:
- availability and convenience of passages;
- proximity of soil waters;
- types of foundations;
- waterproofing measures;
- financial aspects of construction;
- strength of load-bearing structures;
- insolation level.
Brick houses are quite expensive and require heavy flooring. You won't be able to build them quickly. It is possible to erect a one-story box with a roof in at least 3 months, and if you still need to create engineering communications and conduct a rough finish, then you will have to spend 2 months additionally or more. But the building will last a long time and will look solid. In many cases, these benefits are more than relevant.
A one-storey house of 6x10 m can also be built from a bar. For reasons of economy, spruce and fir blocks are more often used. With a solid budget, you can buy constructions from Siberian cedar.
By varying the types of joints, it is possible to diversify the appearance of the walls. However, the practicality of a particular solution must also be taken into account.
Overview of ready-made standard projects
In a house of 6x10 m, it is quite possible to equip a couple of bedrooms. Their area will be approximately 9.6 and 9.9 square meters. m respectively. A tambour with a size of 2.64 m2 is enough for technical needs. Even if 2 or 3 people come to visit at once, there will not be a crush effect in a relatively spacious hallway. Combining the kitchen and living room allows you to get quite serious space and, in addition, there are even rooms for bathing procedures.
Other projects can be taken as a basis. For example, here is shown a diagram of a typical 6x10 m frame building. Its attractive feature is the presence of an internal arch. The size of the hallway is 2x3.8 m (while the door opens 1.6 m). The areas of the remaining rooms are equal:
- 9.075 sq. m.