"We want to build a bungalow!" Anyone who has internalised this statement, dreams of barrier-free living on one level. The infinitely variable living concept is fully in line with the trend and is experiencing a new hype. The age of the building owners plays no role: Both young families and older married couples appreciate the advantages of the single-storey home and modern bungalow designs.
Bungalows are architecturally sophisticated, as all the desired rooms have to be accommodated barrierfree on one level. The right piece of land therefore plays an important role. Due to the higher space requirement - all rooms have to be accommodated on one level - the single-storey construction takes up more space than is the case with multi-storey projects.
But no matter on which property you build - the HUF architects plan your timber frame house flexibly and imaginatively and develop the suitable living concept together with you. This often raises the question: "May I build a bungalow with a basement? The answer is yes! A basement offers a lot of additional storage space. After all, your future home has to meet your daily needs. If you build without a basement, you have to plan enough space for a technical and utility room.
The competent planners at HUF HAUS will also clarify with you the question of which roof shape and which style best suits you, as there are numerous options. You decide whether it should be the ultra-modern flat roof - with plenty of scope for design in the floor plan - or perhaps the gabled roof with room heights up to the underside of the roof.
The flat-roof version is generally considered a classic. The clarity of the lines makes you think remotely of the Bauhaus architecture and lends your house a high degree of modernity. The flat-roof version also offers unlimited freedom of design in terms of floor plan.
A touch of Far Eastern building and life culture, on the other hand, is conveyed by the version with a gabled roof. This variant stands for maximum spaciousness and delights in this context with its high ceilings. Exciting lines of sight open up, flooded by incident daylight.
- All rooms are on one level
- Ground-level house entrance promises barrier-free accessibility
- Barrier-free access to the terrace and within the living rooms
- No stairs
- Use of your own home possible into old age
- Modern design with many design options