Once notorious, it’s back in fashion: the bungalow style. The bungalow is mostly barrier-free due to its one-storey structure, saves space in the floor plan because no stairs have to be planned and thus also construction costs. In the meantime there are also very modern bungalows that have nothing to do with the outdated reputation.
Bungalow vs. multi-storey house – advantages and disadvantages at a glance.
Many builders imagine the construction of a house in the years before still relatively simple. Butalready so that the construction can start at all, a lot of time must be spent on the search for answers tobasic questions are used – for example, with regard to the location of the house, theConstruction method and the […]
Which type of house suits me? First step of house planning
Choose from different house types in terms of construction style (e.g. single-family house, semi-detached house, bungalow, multi-generation house), different house types in terms of construction method (prefabricated or solid house) and different house types in terms of energy standard (e.g. low-energy or plus-energy house).
Architectural style bungalow
As a one-storey building, the bungalow is particularly suitable for people who try to avoid climbing stairs. The open room concept and the design options for the floor plan give the building openness and lightness.
Prefab bungalows in check
Bungalows offer many advantages for prospective homeowners. Since bungalows are built with only one floor, they are barrier-free and allow an individual room layout. The large roof area is also ideal for the installation of photovoltaic systems. The biggest disadvantage of the bungalow is probably the floor space required compared to multi-storey houses. Find out in this article whether building a bungalow is worthwhile for you.
Accessibility in building and living
If you think about your future when building your house and build it barrier-free, you save a lot of time and money. Here you can find out what you should pay attention to.