4 bedrooms with BIC's, 2 bedrooms with en-suit. Main bedroom to have a shower, bath, double basin and toilet, other ensuit to have a shower and toilet and basin. 3rd bathroom by the rooms with a shower toilet and basin. Open plan kitchen, living room and lounge with a patio and sliding doors opening up to the patio. Entrance porch, double garage and scullery with a small laundry room outside near the garage. Preferably a house just under m²
The outside has to be according the Khamabga Bay guidelines. Inside open spaces, minimalist, nothing extravagant but a homely house. 2-3 bedrooms, upstairs a main bedroom on suite. Must be very big with walk-in closet not cuboards. Downstairs two small bedrooms. Joint rooms with bathroom in middle that has a door at both entrances to bathroom.
We invite architects with the necessary experience in designing retirement villages and lifestyle living estates to contact us to form part of our development team. The intention is for all consultants to be involved on a risk basis during stages 1, 2 and 3 of the project. We have 6 ha available for the development.
We bought a house where the main bedroom and ensuite bathroom as well as a second bathroom burned down. We are struggling to come up with a better layout for the bedroom and two bathrooms, hoping to bring in a walk in closet. We already broke down the walls, it's more or less 4.5 meters wide and 10m long in total.
Single story about m2 with 4rooms and 4 en-suites. Main roof has a bath and shower.double garage included in M2 with Braai room on top of garage with balcony. Open plan kitchen , lounge and dining.with front stoep around 2mx2m. Guest toilet in open plan lounge. Pantry/ scullery in kitchen. House is a basic holiday house with no basics inside . Nothing fancy . Only front of house to look catchy.
Current house structure, 3 bedroom, en-suite toilet, 1 toilet up stairs, 1 down stairs, kitchen, dinning and lounge area, scullery and patio and double garage. We want to extend our the house with : - 2 more bedroom (Main on top of the double garage) - pull the house from the current main room to create space for 2 more bedrooms - Bar area, exiting to a Patio that lead a pool area - Cancel on current room to a pijama lounge (with a upstairs patio built on top of the current
Total square meters to be + The house has to be a double storey modern design 1st floor.Spacious main bedroom with walk in closet and a full bathroom with a free standing bathtub 1st floor PJ space with a glass office 1st floor 2 bed rooms up stairs and one full bathroom Bullcony facing the garden or pool area Groud floor one gusts bedroom and a visitors toilet with a glass shower Specious tv family room. And open dining space and an open floor kitchen with an island with 6 plates gass and electric stove Open braai area with a modern design
Hello. I would like to build a house between 60 m2 and 80 m2 according to my plan (after adaptation to SA standards by a local architect). I am asking for the approximate cost of construction permits and project adaptation. The purchase of building materials and construction will be organized on his own, personally. I intend to build a cottage personally with workers hired to help.
1. Remodel an existing garage, with adjoining servant's quarter, into one big area (intending to use it as home office space). 2. Upgrade an existing separate servant's toilet, with new modern fittings. 3. Enclose an existing double carport, for use as a new garage. Or build a new double garage, depending on regulations. 4. Remodel/rebuild an existing lapa area with built-in braai. The current supporting structure is a combination of bricks and sleeper wood, with a thatched roof. Want to change the supporting structure to be bricks only and replace thatch with tiles, in full. Keeping built-in braai, in place. 5. Architect must be registered with SACAP; do all necessary drawings , applications and obtain approvals from our local municipality and work together with us and the local municipality for any requirements, inspections prior, during and after alterations. 6. Photos included, of existing areas we would like to alter.
I am a British contractor, married to a South African. I am coming to South Africa to build a house. I have my own architectural plan which I need to certify, pay for and permission to build the house as I have my own material. The house will be built using bricks, blocks with a simple roofing. As a contractor, everything will be done by myself and a few labourers. I would like your advice, collaboration and cost estimation regarding confirmation of my architectural plan and alternatively how much your own architectural plan would cost including that of council permissions. May you kindly give an indication of how much your job will cost. Best Regards