Shed House Plans
Slab | Crawl | On request - Basement, Pier & Beam, etc.
General foundation design showing foundation layout with structural elements. There are three types of foundation to choose from: slab, crawl, and basement.
As in all building locations ground condition varies, your local structural engineer would need to approve foundation design and specify foundation structural elements.
Shows the layout of plumbing fixtures with specifications.
Indicates house layout with dimensioned walls, doors and windows.
Roof Construction Plan
Shows the layout and dimensions of the required roof structure such as rafters and beams. As show load requirement is different in each location your local structural engineer would need to approve and specify roof structural elements.
Dimensioned roof layout indicating slopes, roof areas, chimneys, and decorative elements.
Cut through the building showing detailed floor, wall, and roof construction elements. Indicating room ceiling heights and structural element heights.
Shows all sides of the house indicating building elements with its heights, specified materials, and all decorative elements.
Detailed house cut-away with outline specifications.
Floor plan layout indicating locations of electrical elements such as lightning, switches, outlets, etc.
Indicates location and specifications for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
Representative floor plan layout indicating room sizes and suggested furniture layout. Useful during the interior design stage.
Door and Window Schedule
List or all windows and doors with indicated specifications for manufacturer.
Plumbing, electrical and mechanical specifications
Dream Shed Roof Style House Plans & Designs
Do you ever drive down a street and get annoyed when every house looks exactly the same? If so, note two things—1) you’re not alone and 2) you’ve come to the right site! At Dream Home Source, we embrace the fact that every homeowner is different. For example, some people adore Craftsman bungalow designs, while others demand ultra modern house plans. Likewise, some people crave open floor plans in which the kitchen and living spaces flow together, while others prefer a more traditional interior layout in which each room is assigned a specific amount of space. Ultimately, there is no "wrong" type of house plan. It’s all about what you personally need and want. And that's precisely why we offer thousands of unique home plans that can be customized to meet your exact requirements, including our atypical-looking, curb appeal-rich collection of Shed house plans (sometimes called "Shed roof home plans" or "Shed roof plans for houses") below.
A favorite of architects in the 1960s and 1970s, simple, streamlined Shed roof house plans feature multiple half-gable roofs sloping in different directions, delighting the eye with an exciting multi-geometrical effect. Dynamic, asymmetrical exteriors of Shed house plans are usually made up of shingle, board, or brick with low-key entrance ways that welcome visitors with warmth but a minimum of fanfare. Windows are irregular, varying from large expanses of glass for natural lighting and views to small, narrow, or high windows to protect privacy and preserve wall space for art display. Related in style to Ranch house plans, Split Level house plans and other Contemporary and Modern house plans, spare but dramatic Shed home plans can be found from New England to the Pacific Northwest and most anywhere in between. Ideal in almost any neighborhood setting, these distinctive single- or multi-storied homes offer the opportunity to create an endless variety of room configurations to suit eclectic individuals or families looking for lots of room, an uncluttered environment, and unmistakable modern style.
Special note: Due to their inherent large expanses of roof space, Shed home plans are also particularly well suited for mounting solar panels—a useful characteristic if you’re interested in building a green home that saves on energy costs. To potentially save even more, select a Shed roof floor plan that offers big clerestory windows through which natural light can be absorbed. Opting for a small house plan can also help you "go green," as a smaller size typically means less construction costs upfront as well as less space to heat, cool, light, and maintain once built.
Related categories include: Contemporary-Modern House Plans, Ranch House Plans, Split Level House Plans, and Green House Plans.
Slanted, Single Pitch & Shed Roof House Plans & Floor Plans
Shed house plans are a good choice for environmentally-minded homeowners who like modern contemporary style that's bold.
A common variation in contemporary and modern architecture, shed refers to the roof form. A shed roof slopes in only one direction, with no gable peak. A shed house plan may have multiple roof planes, each sloping a different direction. Want an energy efficient home? Shed home plans are particularly well suited for mounting solar panels, since they provide large expanses of roof space. (Just be sure to orient your shed home design so at least one roof plane faces south!) Inside a shed house, ceilings often rise all the way to the roof, sometimes with clerestory windows in the upper reaches of the wall, providing natural light without sacrificing privacy. Spaces are generally open, airy, and modern.
- Roof planes slope in only one direction
- Irregular massing
- Clerestory windows
- Minimal decoration
House 2 roof story shed
.SIMPLE HOUSE DESIGN 2020 - 55 SQM (floor area) - 2 BEDROOMS (SHED ROOF TYPE)
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