Classic country house plans – Access to the building is bounded by the garage walls at forty-five degrees in relation to the main front. Over them a lowered vault, open on both fronts. This is the entrance of the house. The rectangle of the garage gate and on it the arch of the vault. You enter through an iron gate between masonry walls painted white. That leads to a path discovered near the garage.
The classic country house plans with social door is slightly to the left of the center of the facade. All the left side of the building is hidden by the diagonal walls of the entrance. Which form the acute angle with that side: there is the open service area.
12 Photos Gallery of: Classic Country House Plans Bounded by Garage Walls
Only Difference Classic Country House Plans
The classic country house plans only difference is that the white thickness of the inclined roof slab rising and then descending vertically. By the white thickness of the lateral wall which continues through the white thickness of the raised office slab. That soon turns the white thickness of the two separate rectilinear sets. By a landing of stairs leading to it, the transparency of the glass, and the divisions and sub-divisions of the iron frames.