15 Single floor house designs for inspiration (+detailed floor plan)

the most phenomenal 15 single floor house designs from India & all around world with simple & normal front elevation in low budget.

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The single floor first gained prominence in the 1950s, and currently, it continues to expand in popularity and demand. One of the many reasons for the popularity of single houses is their easy layout and overall accessibility. Unlike typical little cottages and modest farms, single- elevation homes only have the ground floor. With this style of the house, you can choose from a variety of sizes and types. Another perk of a single- house with a simple and normal front elevation is that it can be designed on a low budget and is suitable for easy construction. Below, we have listed 15 phenomenal single- house designs from all around the world with stunning front elevation images.

Unlike a multi-story house, a single-story is incredibly easy and accessible for young children and the elderly due to the absence of stairs. Also, it makes the most of every square foot of available space. The plans for each single-story house might range from sophisticated house designs to simple ideas, dependent on the homeowners’ requirements.

The following plans range in size from small to large, with simple to sophisticated architectural styles. These are open and flexible in their layouts. So, if you are considering a single-floor for your dream then keep reading to find the most serene and efficient single-story houses.

 

 

Single floor #1

 

Leonardo Junqueira Arquitetura

 

All images sourced from Leonardo Junqueira

 

Architects: Leonardo Junqueira Arquitetura

Area: 850 m²

Country: Brazil

This weekend near São Paulo was developed for a couple with two young children. The site had a slanted topography towards the street, facing east. This specified the distribution of structure in a “T” shape, with the pool in the centre, to widen the views of the valley ahead. The concept has three distinct areas: 6 bedrooms, a social area with integrated spaces, and functional premises, which comprise the garage and service utilities. This single has its orientation in length, high ceilings along with a continued living area.

 

Single floor #2

 

Patio Houses in Salou 

 

All images sourced from NUA Arquitectures

 

Architects: NUA Arquitectures

Area: 455

Country: Spain

This single- house was created for Mara José, an Andalusian woman who wishes to spend her newly retired life in a new that transports her back to her childhood. The quest to restore her childhood resulted in the creation of an introspective dwelling that welcomes an oasis inside. The house is articulated on the ground by a single fluid space that gravitates around an atrium. Also, the project focuses on the eternal inquiry of living between the and the exterior, between the dark and the light. A substantial of textured brick arranged in various configurations around the perimeter protects the house and provides thermal insulation and privacy. Thus, as evident in the above images, this single house front elevation looks so normal and simple in visual appeal.

 

Single floor #3

 

Tree House

 

All images sourced from Sala 03 Arquitetura

 

Architects: Sala 03 Arquitetura

Area: 630 m²

Country: Brazil

The Tree House project, which is located in the countryside of Sao Paulo state, was created for a couple and their young daughter who migrated from the capital in order to improve their quality of life.  The L-shaped orients the entertainment and hosting space towards the centre of the lot and the private space towards the side lawn. So, this ensures privacy between the day-to-day living and exterior hosting zones. Moreover, the entertainment and pool area, which receives sunlight throughout the day, forms a hub within the residence.

 

Single house design #4

 

TEJ House

All images sourced from Neogenesis+Studi0261

 

Architects: Neogenesis+Studi0261

Area: 1600 ft²

Country: India

The property is located in Bhata, a small village on the outskirts of Surat city surrounded by farmlands. On a 3765 sq yard of ground on the western side of the site, the 1600 sq ft blocks are spread and distributed at angles in a linear orientation, leaving the lush green nature to take over the eastern side. The interiors are relatively humane, connecting to a larger semi-open that overlooks a lovely green landscape. Concrete, fly ash bricks, and metal are among the local and simple material combinations used in the structure’s architectural expression.

 

Single house design #5

 

Green House

 

All images sourced from Circle Studio

 

Architects: Circle Studio Architects

Area: 53 m²

Country: Australia

An old weatherboard house in Melbourne’s northern suburbs was renovated for this single house project. Despite the site’s size, the client wanted a simple solution that preserved the huge backyard while providing a pleasant, private space to relax. The house’s exterior covered in rich green reminds us of old northern pubs, these catch the as the sun moves through the day. The green is contrasted by a speckled gum deck and window box. On the inside, the area is warmed by timber woodwork, and a window seat tucked into the corner offers a discreet spot to read a book while sipping tea. 

 

Single floor #6

 

Janapriya Residence 

 

All images sourced from Keystone

 

Architects: Keystone Architects

Area: 650 m²

Country: India

This single house is designed on the theme ‘invisible.’ The resident’s art collection and the surrounding countryside were to be the focal points of this house design. So, this meant that the house needed large openings as well as large surfaces. Additionally, the materials utilised in this have completely exposed and ‘raw’ textures, to reveal their authentic self. Glass covers over 80% of the building’s external surface. After plastering and hand polishing, the majority of the walls have uncovered aesthetic. The clay jaali on the front breaks up the monotony while also providing privacy in an otherwise open house. Also, the jaali ensures good ventilation.

 

Single floor #7

 

Araucaria Residence

 

All images sourced from VOO® Arquitetura e Engenharia

 

Architects: VOO® Arquitetura e Engenharia

Area: 818 ft²

Country: Brazil

The inspiration for the project came from the natural active components, such as the sloping topography, insolation, ventilation, views, and the ecological sensitivity of the homeowners. Situated near a jungle, there are no boundary walls on the property. This makes the walkway appear broader and allows visitors to focus on the natural habitat. As you can see in the images, the single floors house’s front elevation is simple, created in a normal “L” shape design. With the open entrance door, one can view an indoor garden that serves as a barrier between the social and intimate environments on the right and left. Truly, this single floor is a work of art.

 

Single floor #8

 

Mirador Residence

 

All images sourced from SHROFFLEóN

 

Architects: SHROFFLEóN

Area: 3450 m²

Country: India

This house is a sign of refuge that rests on a calm 3.5 acres of farmland deep among the untamed forest of Karjat. Furthermore, the monolithic core of the architecture of this single house is sculpted as a simple and normal front elevation design. The anatomy of the 2 bhk construction choreographs itself appropriately to fit in with the pre-existing prospering agricultural farms. The structure’s front elevation is unusual and intriguing due to the use of opaque and clear exterior layers. 

 

Single house design #9

 

Blue House

 

All images sourced from Studio gamp

 

Architects: Studio gamp

Area: 333 ft²

Country: Italy

The single floor combines a simple, almost archetypical architecture with a modern Tuscan spirit. The chose traditional materials such as terracotta, plaster, travertine, and stone for the outside and stoneware, ceramic, and wood for the inside, promising durability and ease of upkeep. The front elevation of the single house looks simple and archaic in style but at the same time, it effortlessly evokes the essence of modernity.

 

Single floor #10

 

PONY House

 

All images sourced from WOWOWA

 

Architects: WOWOWA Architects

Area: 766 m²

Country: Australia

This single cottage is an adaptable addition to a 1960s apricot brick cottage. Two of the children’s rooms were designed into an optimised space. Meanwhile, the kitchen and part of the original living were rearranged to create an open plan kitchen, dining, central bathroom, and walk-in pantry. The is so open that you can see both the street and the pool from the central living area. The house allows you a bit of relief or peaceful ‘working from time’ to the adults with a section that can be closed off from the rest of the house when needed. Thus, a bliss for kids and adults both. 

 

Single house design #11

 

Passos House 

 

All images sourced from ​​David Guerra

 

Architects: ​​David Guerra

Area: 675 m²

Country: Brazil

The Passos is a single floor that comprises of trees, gardens, and contemporary architecture. A with an open layout and linked spaces necessitates privacy solutions. The sliding doors’ provides for both integration and limiting of communal areas. Floors, decks, ceilings, and panels are all made of “freijó” wood, which reflects the landscape and the natural backdrop well. Finally, this structure became a town landmark, combining the richness of the interiors with the natural simplicity of the house’s front elevation design. 

 

Single floor #12

 

Garden House

 

All images sourced from ​​Nest , Placement

 

Architects: ​​Nest Architects, Placement

Area: 244 m²

Country: Australia

The Garden House is a single floor designed for a family relocating to a suburban coastal residence. This is a that oozes comfort and warmth. In the plan, retaining a sufficient level of glazing throughout the house gives off the impression of openness. Additionally, the glazing separates the projection of two masses, the base and the roof. On the exterior, the green fascia matches the lush garden that surrounds the structure well.

 

Single floor #13

 

House in Hills of Madrid

 

All images sourced from Slow Studio

 

Architects: Slow Studio

Area: 2583 ft²

Country: Spain

The house layout begins with a square plan that utilizes two methods for gaining sunshine. The first is the addition of a side courtyard at the back of the house, which creates a new south facade. The second is the roof’s elevation, which results in a series of slopes reflective of an industrial structure and skylights that allow into the house’s primary areas. Also, the house can be regarded as an open loft in which all rooms are connected yet each section can be made independent depending on its function. As shown in the images above, this normal single house front elevation is industrial in theme with exposed brick walls and installations.

 

Single floor #14

 

The House by the Trees 

 

All images sourced from Modo Designs

 

Architects: Modo Designs

Area: 3600 ft²

Country: India

The ‘House by the Trees,’ located on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, is a gathering and leisure spot for a Gujarati family. The has two bays, a front bay, housing a semi-open entry porch, a foyer, a guest bedroom and a linear courtyard separating the front and back bay. Also, this enhances the sensation of openness in the enclosed areas. The living room, dining room, and are on one side of the rear bay, while the master bedroom is on the other, with a semi-open lounge separating these zones.

 

Single house design #15

 

CAER House 

 

All images sourced from Encasa Archstudio

 

Architects: Encasa Archstudio

Area: 3950 ft²

Country: India

This house is a haven of peace amidst the peaceful village greens and the flowing Chaliyar river. The natural elements between the exposed textures soften the hard impression produced by the building materials. Moreover, this single floor shows a progression of textures from rough rubble walls to perfectly done concrete finishes transcending into smooth wooden floors. The clients requested the a single house with plenty of social interaction room, and that is exactly what the plan of this house beholds. Thus, in the rural surroundings of Nilambur, CAER presents its own expression of tropical architecture style, creating the feeling of newness and rawness.

 

Conclusion

Most house plans these days are centred around bringing in nature. Thus, the landscape in single-story houses becomes an indispensable part of the design.

This article brings together some of the most fantastic single house designs from all across the globe. All designs are unique in their appearance, but most of them have one thing in common, and that is the smooth amalgamation of interiors and exteriors. Another major trend you can notice in these single house designs and the above images is that almost all of them have a really minimalist, normal and simple front elevation. It is given that these are high society houses, but nonetheless, these are great inspirations for single storey house designs.

The subtle characteristics in each of the 15 houses listed above provide great ways of including ventilation, light, space, and nature within your house, effectively. These 15 houses prove that a single floor doesn’t have to be a rat hole. The right is essential to make a house a home. So, make sure you get yours right!

Most house plans these days are centred around bringing in nature. Thus, the landscape in single-story houses becomes an indispensable part of the design.

 

*The featured image used in this article is from Justinhumphreyarchitects.com

 

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