Mediterranean house plans & design is inspiration from Spanish, Italian and Moorish architecture theme.
How to built Mediterranean style homes ?
Mediterranean style homes made with usually with stucco or plaster exteriors with shallow red tile roofs that create shady overhangs.
Mostly Mediterranean design with large windows and exposed beams, also this style homes include patios , veranda or loggias to catch breezes.
Mediterranean Architecture have old history, you can check history on website study.com
This Mediterranean Design is our Signature, famous & Beautiful style.
The clients request a spacious Unique house with Italian columns, Arches, and Spanish ref tile roof, its life time design.
Subsequently just should be paint after 2 year, all time look be like a new house.
Furthermore in Design With every room in the house opening outdoors, linking the home with the landscaped garden, indoor/outdoor living is guaranteed.
Concrete, glass and steel visually link the interior and exterior, smoothly integrating architecture and interior design.
The main suite has its own lounge area with a television and fireplace, as well as a mini kitchenette cum bar.
MODERN MEDITERRANEAN FEATURES
The unique features of this style can really make your home stand out.
- red tile roofs
- Adobe & Stucco Siding
- Large Paned Windows
- Bright Colored Tile
- Stone Walkways
- Private Garden Spaces
- Covered Portico’s
- Stylized Arches
- High Ceilings
- stucco or plaster exteriors
- Clay, Low-Pitched Roof Tiles
outside To the left/right Balconies
For instance can see in pic
Overall Mediterranean house Plan & design of these buildings come with curvy windows, keystones, columns, and arches to stand out from the other designs.
there Especially At the top of the stairs is another living room.
This time, it features a dark accent wall that highlights the artwork, while sliding glass doors open to a balcony with treetop views.
We designed The double height entry foyer extends over the outdoor deck framing the view of the landscape beyond giving it a vertical dimension rarely found in dwelling houses.