|3D rendering of a 16' wide x 18' long art
studio with a 4' x 16' porch. Building features a full 9' of headroom
downstairs and 8' of headroom upstairs. Note that the MAX truss attic
has 5' sidewalls on which the steep trusses sit; hence, the headroom
begins with 5' and goes up to 8' down the middle..
|The porch has 3 each 9' posts with a
pressure treated floor, steps, railings and safety balusters. The steps
are 42" in width. Although this building is shown resting on piers
-- it was designed for a coastal area -- it may sit directly on a
concrete slab. In this instance, steps would not be required; neither
would the lattice work be required. Note that the porch ceiling consists
of planking which may be stained to match the porch deck.
|The porch features a hip roof which gives
an added dimension to the handsome building. Again, the lattice work is
not required when the building is secured to a concrete slab.
|Rear elevation showing the
9"x32" block glass windows. Of course, these may be eliminated
altogether and a couple or more standard windows may take their place.
The extended overhang is 14". The soffit is enclosed with your
choice of wood or vinyl. Although not shown, there is a full ridge vent
so that the building is set up for air conditioning.
|Birds-eye view showing the variation in the two roof structures. A hip roof on the top portion is not recommended, as it will cut into the usable space.|
NOT INCLUDED: This is a shell only. The pricing does not include site work, concrete slab, concrete piers, painting, caulking, insulation, drywall, electrical, plumbing, cabinetry, fixtures of any kind, flooring, etc. Again, this is a shell only.