PROJECTS FOR FAMILY HOUSES AND VACATION HOMES
A project for a family house is defined by the needs, wishes and financial means of the client, as well as by the characteristics of the plot and area where the house is to be built.
The process of building a family house starts with the analysis of the plot that the client owns or plans to buy. The analysis itself, done by the architect, will give the client a good idea of the potential building possibilities.
These are: maximum buildable coverage of the plot, the size of the ground-plan of the future house, the position, the number of floors and orientation.
After the outlines of the future building are devised, we can proceed to create Conceptual Design. The Conceptual Design represents the basis for the Main Design, which is, in turn, necessary for obtaining the Building Permit. Before the Building Permit itself is issued, public bodies responsible for electricity, police, water-management, sanitation etc. have to approve of any such project and they need to issue a permit that the project will be carried out in accordance with special requirements.
START WITH BUILDING PERMIT, END WITh USAGE PERMIT
The Building Permit gives us the green light to start the construction works. When the construction ends we look for the Usage Permit.
This Usage permit testifies that the house was built in accordance with the specifications in the Buildng Permit and the Main Project.
In the attached gallery, we provide examples of different family houses and vacation houses, as well as reconstructions (building extensions), which all required the Main Project, issuance of the Building Permit, and at the end issuance of the Usage Permit. Once delivered we can start using the building.