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modular

Type A

A compact, one bedroom house, the Qm Type A is rectangular in form with expansive decks off the living and bedroom areas. Cedar-clad and stained to individual client's requirements this design offers a short construction time and enhanced customisation, efficiency and sustainability.

Optional structural design can be incorporated for future relocation.




Floor Plan
QubemODULAR TypeA O
Legend
  1. Entry
  2. Kitchen
  3. Dining
  4. Living
  5. Bedroom
  6. Bathroom
  7. Laundry
  8. Deck (Optional)
Type B

The Qm Type B design is a contempoary L-shaped house comprising of a living and a sleeping pavilion connected by a light-filled 1.2m wide hallway with central bathroom. Each of the living, dining and main bedroom areas is orientated north to maximise passive solar energy.

The kitchen, dining and living spaces integrate seamlessly with the outdoors via full height sliding galss doors and provide seasonal shelter and shade. Additional access is provided from the main bedroom which overlooks the courtyward and is located at the end of the wing, spanning the full width of the pavioion.

 

 




Floor Plan
QubemODULAR TypeB O
Legend
  1. Entry
  2. Kitchen
  3. Pantry
  4. Dining
  5. Lounge
  6. Main bedroom
  7. Bedroom
  8. Bathroom
  9. Laundry
  10. Deck (Optional)
  11. Garage/Carpet (Optional)
Type C

A contempoary dwelling with subtle linear aspects in the design, the Qm Type C offers internal spaces which spill over onto the deck areas.

The construction includes polished concrete floors with in slab heating. Extensive full height glazing for passive solar energy and feature gas fire or wood burner with floating hearth provide energy efficiency and warmth.

 

 




Floor Plan
QubemODULAR TypeC O
Legend
  1. Entry
  2. Kitchen
  3. Dining
  4. Living
  5. Bedroom
  6. Bathroom
  7. Laundry
  8. Deck (Optional)
Type D

The Qm Type D is a simple boxform structure staggered to provide living and sleeping pavilions.

The unique design offers a natural palette of materials and contemporary finishes. The kitchen consists of laminated joinery and is cleverly integrated into the living area with full height glazing to maximise passive solar gain.

 

 




Floor Plan
QubemODULAR TypeD O
Legend
  1. Entry
  2. Kitchen
  3. Pantry
  4. Dining
  5. Lounge
  6. Bedroom
  7. Bathroom
  8. Main Bedroom
  9. Walk-in robe
  10. Laundry
  11. Deck (Optional)
Type E

A simple layout meticulously designed, the Qm Type E is a staggered modular house with a central kitchen/dining/living area opening to the deck and outdoor area beyond.

The design utilises a number of natural materials in the construction including cedar and ply, with polished concrete floors and generous glazing for energy efficiency and warmth.




Floor Plan
QubemODULAR TypeE O
Legend
  1. Entry
  2. Kitchen
  3. Pantry
  4. Dining
  5. Lounge
  6. Bedroom
  7. Bathroom
  8. Main Bedroom
  9. Walk-in robe
  10. Ensuite
  11. Laundry
  12. Deck (Optional)
Type F

A compact and energy efficient house permeated by a sense of luxury in spite of its size. Offering enhanced customisation, efficiency and sustainablity the Qm Type F uses a natual palette of materials such as concrete, timber and stone. The kitchen and living areas are opened to the northerly views beyond via full height glazed walls and sliding doors.

The master bedroom suite spans the full width of the house and offers a sense of privacy and access to the deck. Neutral walls to the interior and a darkly clad exterior provide an ideal living envrionment within contemporary trends.




Floor Plan
QubemODULAR TypeF O
Legend
  1. Entry
  2. Kitchen
  3. Pantry
  4. Dining
  5. Lounge
  6. Bedroom
  7. Bathroom
  8. Main Bedroom
  9. Walk-in robe
  10. Ensuite
  11. Laundry
  12. Deck (Optional)

My decision to develop a house with Dwell Homes was influenced by the clever use of timber trusses to provide large open living spaces without the need for steel. Dwell Homes' intelligent use of full height windows and doors created the illusion of extra volume and space. From the conceptual design phase right through to practical completion was a satisfying experience and has given me the confidence to repeat the process in the near future.

S. Roberts | Homeowner