When you’re building your own house there are a few important aspects to consider. For example, will it be cost effectively? Surely, it can only depend on how the client or architect sees it. However, if you don’t need it, then you can solve the issues and build a certified sustainable house. That will be a wonderful weekend retreat house project. And to make it look spectacular, you need to have a cutting edge design and the prefab skills you need are not weak. The house has to have a little imagination to make it special.
A great project to build is easy to build because the client and the architect come up with new and interesting ideas for these interiors. But if you ask them, they don’t do that often. So it would be a good investment to do it your way. And there are some things you should keep in mind, for example there will only be a lot of space for big families and it would take too much time to prep the rooms.
Also, you might want to borrow some tools and furniture from an outdoor hut, where there you can safely store the tools and the large items you need near the entrance. The whole house has to be built by yourself if you like and then you have t be ready for the construction.
I think it is very important to create a strong base on which to build your own house. This way you protect a little part of the land and other valuable materials that might come up during the construction process as it is still outside. When the house is built, you allocate all the money for the space and you don’t have to think about the place where you have to use it.
Also, you should use the right materials and appliances to create a non-toxic house. Some people worry about the materials used and others about the materials used on the house.
In conclusion, I would say this is a very expensive house and it might be a very valuable one too. If you think that it is too much for you, it is not because you will have to cheap it for another one. This house is very important for you and it has to be built according to the owners’ needs.”
Photos by: Richard John Seymour