Sie müssen Brand Viagra nur bei derviagra apothekeViagra Brand ist für jene Patienten nicht angezeigt, die eine andere Medizin gegen

Cialis is cheaper than brand pills, and you can always afford normal treatmentcialis onlineCialis online simply place your order, use your credit card to pay for your pillscialistaking erection pills to support your compromised erectile function (you will not have to take Cialis for the rest of your life.There is only one place to play from Online Casinos.casinoPlay Online Slots.Usually the recommended dose is 50 mg Viagra.ViagraViagra 100mg

First Interior Renderings of the 100K House

by Chad Ludeman on April 24, 2008 · 15 comments

in architecture,Design,kitchen

You’ve all been patient with our decreased posting the past few weeks so ISA decided to reward you all with the first interior renderings of the home. I’ll save my thoughts for later an let you guys comment first. If you’ve always wanted to comment but never have, now’s your chance. Also, before someone mentions it, these are actually renderings of the 120K House that has some extra windows on the west wall.

Lastly, somehow I did not realize until recently that flickr provides RSS Feeds so I have just added our flickr image RSS feed to the left sidebar under the big RSS icon. I often post images well before including them in posts and also include inspirational images that never make it to the blog.

preferred-all front

preferred-double level from party wall corner

preferred-casework wall 2nd floor all

casework cantilever close

preferred-kitchen side

preferred-kitchen low  front


If you enjoyed reading this post I can promise you'll love our new writing over at Postgreen Homes. Yeah, we know that's the same thing your favorite band said and their new album is nowhere near as good as their early stuff, but seriously, we are actually still getting better.

There also isn't much conversation to be had here . . . at least not with us. So come on over to the Postgreen Homes Blog and tell us what you think of our new(ish) digs and crazy ideas. We will be sure to tell you what we think of your opinion.

{ 1 trackback }

» Move to Sarasota and Buy a Modern - kevir deneme oluyormu acana
May 5, 2008 at 2:19 pm

{ 14 comments… read them below or add one }

1 lavardera April 24, 2008 at 7:33 pm

I’d say the version of the upstairs rail with the glass – I saw it on flickr, not here, is my least favorite. I like the one with the shelves integrated, and I also like the simpler one with the studs showing and the deeper top on it. But I think you have to do which ever costs less. You just don’t have that much latitude to play with here.

Also for the stair it may be worthwhile pricing out a straight open riser stair from The Iron Shop. I’m not sure if it will be less than what is shown in the drawings – its hard to tell how elaborate that is.

2 lavardera April 24, 2008 at 7:35 pm

In the kitchen I really like the wood wall behind the sink, although I am not sure what it is. Is there storage in that, or is it built out for the pipes behind?

3 chad April 24, 2008 at 8:03 pm


If memory serves me correctly, the wall behind the sink was actually your idea. It houses gives us room to run utilities from the first to second floor, makes a standard fridge appear counter depth, gives a solid anchor for open shelving and makes an architectural statement.

Thanks again for the suggestion!

4 lavardera April 24, 2008 at 8:06 pm

doh! my brain is full.

5 Noel April 24, 2008 at 9:56 pm

I wish we could find more homes like this in the US. I’m searching like crazy to find an inexpensive yet beautifully crafted SMALL home.

You guys are on to something. Can you come to Michigan next? (Ann Arbor would eat this up.)

6 Brandon April 25, 2008 at 1:28 am

I’d certainly live there. It might be a bit inconvenient to live without a bathroom, though! ;-)

7 david April 28, 2008 at 12:38 am

looks bloody brilliant. nice renders too. can you expalin how the wall behind the sink makes the fridge appear counter depth, if it also runs behind the fridge?

8 chad April 28, 2008 at 2:49 pm


Thanks for the compliments. It does look like the fridge is outside the wall in the rendering, but in the final construction detail the wall will be build around the fridge so it can be recessed a couple inches to end up flush with the counter top.

9 gina federico April 28, 2008 at 2:59 pm

I, too, like a handsome wall of wood, but have always felt that washing dishes, day in and day out, several times a day with your back to the room and a solid wall in front turns the drudge of dish-duty into a punishment – like being sent to the corner for bad behavior! A window to gaze out of – that can open, even better – makes a tedious and boring job relaxing, and gives you a chance to “stretch” your eyes. When you cook, you are focused on watching what’s going on in the pots and pans – why not switch the location of the cooktop and the sink? While you wash piles of dishes you can keep an eye on kids, be involved with the conversation in the rest of the room, or even watch TV if that’s something you do. True, you’d have to move the dishwasher, too, but it’s just a thought.

10 chad April 28, 2008 at 7:04 pm

Excellent thought Gina. This is actually something I have been struggling with a bit. We are trying to keep the utilities and especially the plumbing in a central location or I would love to have the sink along the back wall looking out into the back yard.

The main issue with placing the sink in the island is having to also locate the dishwasher in the island as well which does not allow us to build the negative space below the island. We could go with a drawer dishwasher, but that ups our budget and reduces the capacity of dishwashing loads that can be done…

Lastly, I like the idea of the boffi style exhaust hood and storage shelf above the island which we would lose with the sink. Hopefully with a dishwasher, people will be spending more time at the cooktop and island than they will washing dishes.

11 Paul April 28, 2008 at 11:24 pm

Agree on the nice renders; very natural. What software are you using for this?

12 Roxanne April 29, 2008 at 2:54 am

Great renderings. These are very useful tools to analyze the interiors. I really love the vertical window slots that dance around the exterior walls. Although these windows add great animation, you might want to consider some walls where artwork can be placed without competing with these windows. By having some solid walls or just solid zones, it might even make these windows have even more of an impact.
In the rush to get our drawings done and our house under construction, we neglected to fully consider furniture placement in 2 locations. We placed and sized windows from the exterior elevations, but wished we would have adjusted the sizes & location slightly to make the interiors more flexible. Coulda shoulda woulda!

13 chad April 29, 2008 at 3:14 am

Good points on the windows Roxanne. We have been trying to think about where people will most likely be putting furniture. The one place where we may have a window a bit low is in the living room (seen in the last image). All the others should be positioned well for either tables or chairs to fit beneath them.

As for art, we have a lot of wall space on the side walls that could be used. There are more side windows in the 120k house which is shown in the renderings, but there should still be ample space for art to be hung.

Great work on your project BTW. I like those solar, LED lights you just found and have been thinking about putting them in the sidewalk surrounding the homes if we have to redo them after construction.

14 Stanford Gable May 21, 2008 at 2:46 pm

Not crazy about the haphazard placement of the windows. One of the bigger regrets I have about my remodel is that I did not place the kitchen sink closer to the window. You should come over and check out my place, it’s the non-updated version of your project.

2014 Susquehanna Ave.

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: