Architecture / June 22, 2018 / .
A topography map can appear complex and just plain intimidating to the untrained eye. However, it speaks a language that Building Designers clearly understand. Designers gather important details from this illustration. Moreover, they learn things about the lot that include, easements, setbacks, existing trees foliage.
Doors should not interfere with each other. There are lots of ways to prevent doors from clashing, so there is no excuse for the problem, although some ingenuity is often called for.
Open floor plans brighten the space. Where a traditional kitchen might be a hole tucked away in a windowless corner of the home, an open concept kitchen will likely connect it to the dining and living rooms and, consequently, windows. Natural light is always a bright boost to any room.
Other items include land slope contours and the property orientation in reference to true north. Boring test are also indicated to explain soil conditions if necessary. Building designers are able to complete the house site plan by adding the footprint of the home to the map. The land conditions can be adjusted accordingly from there.