Topography, Legislation and Landscape: What to Consider When Building a House
One of the first decisions to be made when designing a house is where to place it on the site. Whether it’s a large or small plot, house placement impacts the architecture of the building itself and its relation with the neighborhood. Therefore, it must be carefully thought out and designed.
It is common to see houses with similar typologies in residential neighborhoods and gated communities due to their placement on their land, among other factors. Projects often seek to make the most of the land without paying attention to other important factors, such as the context and the residents’ routines. Here are some factors to consider when starting your project.