Our task was to design a Cottage for Coach V. The area of the cottage had to be of a maximum of 100 m2, so I chose to make my cottage of an area of 100 m2. Then I drew a planning of the house from bird's eye view, and I placed in some rooms. After that I drew what the front and one of the sides of the house would look like and I added in some measurements.
(measured in meters)
As soon as I was done with my blue print, my next task was to convert my cottage into a 3D design. The sight that I used was tinker cad, and with it I designed the walls, roof, doors, windows, rooms, e.t.c. of the Cottage. This was made so that the design would be more clear to the audience and so that I could continue with my following calculations. As I started my tinker cad I added in my measurements to scale.
1m (in the blue print+real life) =10cm (in tinker cad)
Next are the views from different perspectives of the cottage, which then helped me calculate the total cost of the house, the painting of the walls, the heating for winter time and the shingles that needed to be placed on the roof of the cottage. The views are from Bird's Eye View with and without a roof, from the front and the back and from the two different sides of the cottage.