The WF208 design can be utilized as a free standing single family residence, or combined with multiple WF208 units to create a multi-family residence. The flat roof design allows for greater design flexibility when combining multiple WF208 units. Groupings can function in a linear configuration on a flat site, or they can be organized to follow the natural topography of the site in small clusters, as shown in the WF208 rendering. THe placement of all bedrooms on the second floor allows for a large open kitchen, dining, and living area. Full width window walls on the first and second floor provide ample natural light. Generous second floor covered porches, complete with fireplace, help to connect the home to the outdoors. WF208 features a warm natural material palette and can incorporate any number of green technologies into the base design. The result is an extremely efficient modern design.
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- Cross Section(s): Drawn to 1:100 metric scale showing vertical cutaway view(s) of the house from roof to foundation showing details of framing, construction, flooring and roofing.
- Typical Wall Details: Drawn to 1:10 metric scale.
- Window Details: Drawn to 1:50 metric scale. This page details window design and details
- Note: This plan does not have a foundation plan. The foundation will need to be designed by a local professional, who is familiar with your site and local requirements.
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