Allow openings to reflect ideal location per emerging plan. Varying degrees of shading for solar control and privacy depending on location for to create irregular pattern.
Quincho adjacent to garage; located in middle of the yard. Covered walk provided.
Outdoor terrace adjacent to upstairs family area provides covering for Quincho below.
No covered walk provided. More space between main house and Quincho.
Gate open; view to front courtyard.
Door open to receiving area. See through to side yard. Built-in bench and coat closet shown.
Optional room divider (between living/dining) shown beyond.
Gate shown open.
Wall between kitchen and office shown not to extend completely to ceiling.
Space divider material shown again to separate stair from family room; allowing veiled views. Also, creates continuity between outdoor and indoor planes/elements. Glimpse above office to front courtyard provided.
Space divider shown between stair and family living.
Level 2 outdoor terrace shown beyond.
Roof of Quincho shown beyond.
Roof over Quincho and covered walk shown beyond.
Large sliding panels shown to allow space to be very open or closed off for guests.
Possibly 3 different primary materials: Material 1 (M1), Material 2 (M2), Material (3). M1 needs to be lighter weight for easy spans. M2 may want to be a more robust, heavy feeling material; maybe a little more expensive than M1. M3 could be used on gate and maybe other areas such as the utility/pantry link.
Can be between $$ and $$$$ depending on fastening and gauge.
Can be $$$ depending on texture / smoothness.
Can be $$$ depending on gauge and fastening.