the panoramic perks of upside down design
If you're looking for the perfect home for summer, you could be interested in apg homes' panorama display.
This design makes the most of your lot's natural views, by flipping the traditional two storey home design upside down.
The panorama design maximises the natural light into the living spaces as the large windows and sliding doors associated with these spaces are unobstructed by trees, fences or neighbouring houses. What this means is the kitchen, dining and living areas as well as the master bedroom are all located on the upper level as opposed to downstairs. This allows for fantastic panoramic views from the entertaining areas, which could be especially beautiful for those lucky enough to have coastal views.
In addition spending the majority of time on the upper floor allows you to really enjoy the full experience of being elevated, while the balcony can be used as an overflow from your lounge - perfect for barbecues and recreation as we head into the warmer months.
By splitting the panorama into two separate sections, this design has created two distinct spaces for people to enjoy. The bottom floor is made up of three bedrooms and an extra living area, that acts as a perfect space for children or guests.
With the summer holidays just around the corner, planning for a home that caters to a relaxed summer vibe while still remaining functional and liveable could be the ultimate goal to maximise the value of your property.