The drawings of my second conceptual house project are now on my website. It is a hybrid of circular shapes and four-sided rooms with curved walls.
Gently curving roofs rise to the south to let light in. The stair roof turns around the raised dome of the upper bathroom. Overhangs provide shade in the summer months.
The carport is detached, with a covered walkway to the front door. Broad steps under a domed roof mark the entry. This is an informal house with the kitchen convenient from the front door, upstairs, or living room.
Long curved counters make for easy movement around the kitchen. Wide windows above the sink face the eastern sun. A circular island allows for conversation with the cook.
Two steps down distinguish the living and dining areas and give them a taller ceiling. This expansive space can be rearranged easily as desired. Pairs of French doors lead out to a sunny patio.
A low cave complete with fireplace provides a cozier, more protected place to survey the scene from.
To get away from the action in the main rooms, the office can be used for desk work, quiet conversation, or a nap. It doubles as the guest room, with an adjacent bathroom.
Up the graceful curving stairway is the private realm. The bedroom has a sitting area facing a private partially shaded balcony, and a bed platform with bookshelves.
The generous dressing area is on the way to the bathroom. Double sinks, a soaking tub with a view, and sunlight from the many bathroom windows are topped off with dome-shaped roof.
So what are your thoughts on the Curve House? Please feel free to give your opinion in the comments.