Steel frame duplex house 340-113

339.56 sqm (15.44 x 13.60 lm)
8 rooms + 6 baths
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The duplex house with an upper floor, model 340-113, organized on two distinct levels, features an ingenious and functional layout. On the ground floor, each of the two units has a generous living room and an open kitchen, creating a spacious and cohesive area. The sanitary group is strategically positioned near the main access area, providing easy access. Additionally, the pantry, located under the stairs leading to the upper floor, serves as a useful and efficient storage space.
The upper floor has a slightly different layout between the two modules. The left module includes two large bedrooms and a storage room. The right module offers an extra dressing room between the smaller bedrooms, and the storage room has been replaced with a more spacious master bathroom, although it lacks the relaxation bathtub found in the left module.
The steel frame house extends over a total area of 340 square meters, with a ground footprint of 15.44 x 13.60 meters. This 2 story house with 8 rooms maximizes space and ensures a high level of comfort and functionality.


Duplex area
Total area (sqm): 339.56
House footprint (sqm): 320
Usable area (sqm): 257.86
Terraces area (sqm): 19.56
Footprint (lm): 15.44 x 13.60
Building height (nr.): 2-story
Ground floor area (sqm): 156
Covered terraces on the ground floor (sqm): 19.56
Uncovered terraces on the ground floor (sqm): 19.56
1st floor area (sqm): 164

Module area
Total area (sqm): 169.78
House footprint (sqm): 160
Usable area left module (sqm): 129.27
Usable area right module (sqm): 128.59
Terraces area (sqm): 9.78
Footprint (lm): 7.72 x 13.60
Building height (nr.): 2-story
Ground floor area (sqm): 78
1st floor area (sqm): 82

Tips and tricks

The orientation of the house on the land is an important aspect for optimizing energy efficiency and home comfort. Choosing the correct orientation relative to the cardinal points can maximize the use of natural light, thus reducing the need for energy for lighting, heating, and cooling. For example, large windows facing south in the northern hemisphere (and north in the southern hemisphere) capture solar heat during the winter, helping to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature without excessive energy consumption. At the same time, an appropriate shading strategy can prevent overheating during the summer, using awnings, exterior blinds, or strategically planted trees.
Proper orientation can also allow for efficient natural ventilation, reducing the need for mechanical climate control systems. The use of passive solar energy, which involves integrating architectural elements that capture and distribute solar energy, can transform a house into a much more sustainable and economical home. Careful planning of the house’s orientation is an essential step in designing environmentally friendly and energy-efficient buildings.

Wolf Construct advantages

Warranty 75 years
Competitive price
All with a single contractor
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Customized design
International coverage
Turnkey house 90-120 days
Execution in any season
Open showroom
Energy efficiency
Seismic resistance
European standards compliance

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