linear plan

linear plan

A house plan that is either one room wide and two or more rooms deep, or one room deep and two or more rooms wide.
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4) Large or complex projects are hard to plan and often requiring changes--it's better to respond to change than follow a linear plan
Referencing local precedents, the Bowtie house fuses modernist ideals with vernacular strategies and a linear plan in responding to its Ozark context.
Arranged in a 5m-deep linear plan that runs along the eastern edge of the gently terraced plateaus, it is essentially single aspect.
The stunning solution is "Eaglewing," a stretchable linear plan that turns standard roof trusses upside-down to form the houses' "wings.
The sequence has a dramatic and inspiring form, making the most of the linear plan rather than being cramped by it.
A new local plan prevented much expansion to the south (as was originally intended), so extension had to take place at each end of the linear plan.
The linear plan follows the line of the beach front and was dictated by the decision to provide all rooms, both private and public, with unobstructe views towards the sea -- as well as views of the spectacular sunrise.

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