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House 415 by Built4ever House 415 by Built4ever
New home design under rapid development for Greenville SC. Medit. design cues, luxury master ste, two-story grand entry and great room with 10' ceilings throughout, two additonal bedrooms/loft/bath on sec floor, 3500 SF total, with pool and terrace in rear.

Under Construction.


For custom design service, email me at beauregard.francois@yahoo.com.

Note: File updated 3-26-2018
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:iconslowdog294:
slowdog294 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018  Professional Photographer
I really like this home, very nice layout. :D
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2018
Thanks!
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:iconslowdog294:
slowdog294 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2018  Professional Photographer
Many welcomes. :D
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flamefox777 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018
Jaw dropping. 

Can we get second story? 
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018
hmmmm can't fit it easily on that summary sheet, it's a bedroom on the far back left, a bedroom above the study, open loft/commons above kitchen. Unheated attic above garage, rest of it is 20 vault over great rm and entry.
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flamefox777 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018
Thanks
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Francois, great design as always, though I see some variations. No chimney, no arched windows in the garage, it looks like the arch windows weren't installed as high as you planned, and there seems to be no soldiers course. You also didn't have any quoins indicated, but I've seen where they were more drastically variant.

Are they supposed to put natural stone facing over the cinder block section or will that be a stucco?
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018
Yes, the stone is stone veneer a few inches thick. Yes, due to budget, arch top windows eliminated in some places. Masonry trim might change on final product. Brick quoins just weren't emphasized, but always intended. Chimney deleted, they often are. Minor changes always happen, often due to high prices of an item. Good to hear from you, you were off-line for a long time, or just kinda lurking? Aren't you down in Florida? Got a possible project down there.
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, I was grieving. Now in Nevada.
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Built4ever Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2018
Wow, drastic move. 
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Mann-of-LaMancha Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cheaper land. 40 acres = $4,000, but it's the desert. In florida, at best 40 acres = $40,000.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2018
You can start a cactus farm.
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GenevieveMeuniere Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Say how does it feel to see a house design build in real life? I could imagine a little bit like witnessing the birth of the own child.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018
Yes, quite like that, but no diapers and crying. Gets better and better as the house "grows up" and gets closer to finished stage. Construction sites tend to look messy right til the end, and photos won't be really nice until the landscaping/plants are installed, and grass lawn. Thanks!
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FoaminianPriestess Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I have always adored your designs.
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Built4ever Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018
Thanks, this one will be very nice, very different than anything else I've done, keep watching later in year as I update the photos...
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:iconcarbonian:
Carbonian Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2017  Professional General Artist
It's so nice to see how art becomes reality. How art will be the warm home of a very real family in Greenville. This process always fascinated me.
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Built4ever Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2017
Yes, I'll be at the site later in the week for more photos, it's all framed now...
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cogwurx Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017  Professional Interface Designer
NICE!
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017
Thanks!
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Sereida-Arts Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017  Student General Artist
Wow, it's impressive seeing your design come to live!
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017
Yes right now is when's it most fun, when it's getting framed...
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Sereida-Arts Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017  Student General Artist
Nice to hear :)
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Linkfan196 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2017  Student Artisan Crafter
the size of that closet tho...
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EdGarcia Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2017
 Sure the closets big. a Fiberglass Robbie the robot or Maria Gynoid (Futura) from Metropolis will add ambiance to such an abundant room.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2017
"YUUUGGEEE" as the current prez says.
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EdGarcia Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2017
SIR! You are the only architecture artist I follow or have ever followed. I'm always in awe of your ability to create houses that 99% of them I'd be honored for life to live there.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2017
Thanks Ed! That was really nice. This one has site prep underway while I was in Italy for 12 days, just got back, but keep checking every few months, I'll be doing updates with construction pics.
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2017  Professional Photographer
Nice manor. :D
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Built4ever Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2017
The good life. With a pool.
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2017  Professional Photographer
Indeed. :nod:
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kaihong96 Featured By Owner May 16, 2017
Hello.
I saw your designs for the buildings and I seriously like them a lot.
I am an Illustrator and I am currently also trying to design a small-scale Tudor building. (Quite similar to your approach but it is not for real-life construction.)
I used some of your construction drawings as part of my research for the design so I hope you don't mind.
May I ask, regarding the foundation plan, how wide are your spread footings? 16'' (407mm) x 16'' (407)  x 8'' (205)? What is the optimal distance between the footings (Starting from the center line to the other?)
As for the floor framing system, what is the overall thickness? is it normally around 1 foot (305mm)?
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Built4ever Featured By Owner May 16, 2017
Which plan are you working off? All that is different from plan to plan. Also, footings might differ if you are farther north in North America. Certainly, footing depth gets deeper up north due to frost line. You don't have that there.
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kaihong96 Featured By Owner Edited May 16, 2017
The foundation plan.
But I am not very familiar with the way it should be built because I am not a major in architecture so I had to do my own studies and seek some advice from people who are more experienced.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner May 18, 2017
Okay but you are modeling this house, 415, or another one? Generally, this house for example, will have a crawlspace foundation with block and brick walls at 12" (30 cm) wide around the perimeter, and short piers in the interior to that carry beams/girders, and a floor system will be laid on top. We might go with 2x10 (around 10" nominal thickness) for floor joists, but sometimes we use "I-joists" or even open web floor trusses, which are fatter, up to 16-18" thickness. If the foundation wall is 12" wide a footing can be 24" wide and maybe 10" deep, sometimes with two rebars in footing for additional strength. Interior piers would be spaced at 7' centers, typically using 8"x16"x8"high CMU blocks to build up the pier on a footing. Heavy load points might have bigger piers or wider footings. Give me your email and I'll send you a foundation drawing.
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kaihong96 Featured By Owner May 19, 2017
kaihong6613@gmail.com
I am actually coming up with my own design of a Tudor-styled Beer Merchant shop.
I already have the ground floor plan, first floor plan and roof plan but the building won't be stable without a foundation, that's why I am curious about how to plan out a solid foundation plan for the building.
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Built4ever Featured By Owner May 20, 2017
I assume you like beer?
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:iconkaihong96:
kaihong96 Featured By Owner May 22, 2017
No, not really.
But I think a design of a Tudor-styled beer merchant shop might be fascinating.
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Vixenkiba Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really beautiful design, I love how the roof seems to flow down in a straight line, even though it's made up of different parts :D And that entrance is just fabulous! 

Whoooaaa, I need a huge kitchen like that for all the mess I make stuff I bake!
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Built4ever Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2017
Meeting with that client and the builder tomorrow, hopefully we get the green light to keep rolling with plans and start construction soon.
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Vixenkiba Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If it gets the green light, I would love to see photos in the future once it's built!
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Built4ever Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2017
Yes I'll be posting them on here.
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4ajka Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2017
Clap Clap Clap  beautiful!
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:iconbuilt4ever:
Built4ever Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018
Thanks. File just updated, check it...
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