Analyse the Plan of 3 BHK Duplex (157 sq.mt.)
Richa Parmar born & brought up in Navsari, a town in Gujarat picked up a degree as an Architect from The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda after pursuing Diploma in Architecture Assistantship from Surat. Passionate in the field of designing & creativity, she tries to do a lot of research in her field & implements the same in her work. She has been creating excellent imaginative designs that fit in the budget & also fulfils the needs of clients. Her inclination towards nature has made her take up a lot of challenging assignments in the subject of “landscape” and also has made her initiate to write blogs. Presently she works as an Operational Head cum Architect Blogger for “Gharpedia” portal. Her blogs keep long term impact on the readers’ mind which shows her commitment to producing excellent results by attracting traffic to her writings. Regardless of her tasks, she also briefs her team for streamlining the process more effectively within proper strategies. Looking at her softer part in life, she loves painting, reading & travelling. She is a hardcore fan of dogs and also has one at her home. You can reach her at LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Quora & Medium.
Here we have analysed and reviewed the design of 3 BHK Duplex admeasuring 157 sq.mt. Good features have been shown as recommended and undesirable features have been shown as “Not Recommended”.
The road on which the house abuts and North have also been shown in the sketch.
R1 – Wardrobe in inner wall is prevented from moisture during monsoon.
R2 – Open planning give a vast look of rooms living & dining together!
R3 – The duct is designed for the wastewater & drainage pipeline of the toilets.
R4 – Dry & wet area are separated which is good!
R5 – The study area is designed at the core of the house, such that from every room it is nearest! It can also be used as a family lounge area when required!
R6 – Private balcony & open terrace are provided with a master bedroom.
R7 – Puja space is very first visible from the main door of the house, which is good! Any guest or family members entering the house, first pray & then enter, it enhances & spread the good ethnicity of your house!
R8 – The separate wash basin is provided near kitchen & dining & toilet area, that is a right sense of planning!
R9 – Green area at the entrance creates a connectivity to nature & liveliness!
R10 – Proper cross ventilation & natural light at staircase!
R11 – The bedroom is located in prevailing wind direction, which is good
NR1 – Wastage of space – very narrow space which is not used for anything.
NR2 – The dry & wet area is not well defined.
NR3 – No need of service platform in the kitchen it should be connected with dining area.
NR4 – No space designed for wardrobe & dress in the master bedroom.
NR5 – No cross ventilation in bedrooms.
NR6 – Door placement is not correct!
NR7 – Very less width of verandah to accommodate any swing or seating at the entrance.