Help with Elevations and Roofs- Will they work?
Since I posted the latest exterior elevations of the house, I have receive a lot of comments, which are kind of overwhelming but very helpful. Thank you so much!
1. Floor Plans .
There are some areas needing improvement, mainly in the kitchen area and I had been getting help from folks on the kitchen forum. I think I am making progess there. I am not too worried about floor plans as I am able to understand them myself.
There are some concerns about the different pitches of . In particular, there is a long angled roofline on front elevation may not look right. In addtion, there are some asymetric structures that may need improvement. I need help in this area as I do not know which is good or bad looking.
Since this is still design in progress, hopefully those issues can be resolved in the end when I meet with my architect and point out the problematic areas.
However, some have very serious concerns about the roof design, which looks chopped, multi-faces, multi-level, various picthes (top and garage 5:12, otherxs 3:12), and may be expensive to build. Too many valleys of the and joints with the exterior walls may pose potential roof leakage problems.
At least three reviewers think the is so off norm that they do not see the design to be able to work. It came to such a degee of dissatification of the design that some would question if this is work from an architect not a student even I had shared last four digits of his registration number in the past.
This is getting me neverous about the status of the project so far. Therefore, I am in dire need of your inputs, especially professionals in the field. What do you guys think of the house design? Is it acceptable so that we may make it work or there is no hope?
Please share your thoughts. I really appreciate it.
Attached is the top roof (5:12).
This post was edited by jeff2013 on Fri, Jul 26, 13 at 8:54