Steel frame house 258-061

258.56 sqm (15.20 x 11.60 lm)
4 rooms + 3 baths
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The 258-061 steel frame house project includes 2 covered and open garages on the street side. For partitioning, on the ground floor, we find the following: the living room and dining area are separated by a transverse wall, the kitchen adjacent to a technical room, the staircase house with direct access to the day-use bathroom and 2 terraces located at the front and rear. The sleeping area is located entirely on the upper floor and consists of 3 bedrooms, one with its own bathroom and 2 with a shared bathroom. The upper floor of this 2 story building has been designed with 2 terraces, one for the master bedroom. This property is designed for a family of at least 4 members and requires a plot width of 16.6 linear meters.


Total area (sqm): 258.56
House footprint (sqm): 188.81
Usable area (sqm): 156.05
Terraces and balconies area (sqm): 69.75
Footprint (lm): 15.20 x 11.60
Building height (nr.): 2-story
Ground floor area (sqm): 83.96
Covered terraces on the ground floor (sqm): 62.7
1st floor area (sqm): 104.85
Covered terraces / balconies on the 1st floor (sqm): 7.05

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The foundations of light metal structure houses are significantly lighter than those of traditional masonry houses, allowing for savings in materials, labour, and excavation costs. This allows homeowners to invest more in comfort and desired ambience, such as interior finishes, furniture, and more efficient heating systems. It's important to note that the foundations are designed by structural engineers based on a geotechnical study of the land and plans provided by the architect, and are examined and stamped by authorized verifiers. Each key construction stage is accompanied by quality records of the materials used and acceptance reports, ensuring that the building is being constructed in accordance with the approved project. Additionally, the Building Technical Passport, which is mandatory, includes all construction documents and is prepared by the site manager. Prices for steel frame houses are generally reported per square meter of built area and have the best ratio between built and usable area. For example, a 100 square meter metal house has an average usable area of about 88 square meters, while a traditional brick house has a usable area of about 75 square meters, due to the reduced thickness of the metal wall profiles. Additionally, the precision and quality of the execution of a house on a metal structure is also an asset, as the metal profiles are cut to exact dimensions in the factory and assembled quickly without welding on site.

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Turnkey house 90-120 days
Execution in any season
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Seismic resistance
European standards compliance

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