Tinkercad Cottage Math 7 Clara Costello

In this project, I designed an ideal cottage for Coach V. Let me walk you through the design process with my blueprints, my 3D rendering of the cottage and cost calculations.

Blueprints

I decided to do a cottage with a 9m by 9m interior, but in total 11m by 9m because there is a 2m by 9m deck at the back. After deciding this, I drew simple layouts of the cottage from Bird's Eye view, front view and side view.

"bird's eye" view
front view
left side view

3D Rendering on TinkerCad

After I was satisfied with my blueprints, I designed a 3D version of my cottage using TinkerCad. I used rectangular prisms of various sizes for the chimney, hot tub, interior and exterior walls, and windows, and a triangular prism for the roof.

TinkerCad rendering of my cottage.

Here are views of my cottage from each perspective

front and back views (the back of the house is all glass)
left side and right side views

Cost Calculations

Sadly, nothing good comes without its price. It will cost Coach V. money to paint his cottage's exterior walls a fabulous Celestial Blue, put shingles on the roof and heat the house during the brutal winters. Fortunately, the price of this will not be extravagant, as proved by my cost calculations.

Cost for paint of the exterior walls
Cost for painting of the walls (continued), shingles on the roof, and heating.

Total cost: 40+900+1275.75= 2215.75 €

All in all, Coach V. will have to pay 2215.75 euros (40 euros for paint, 900 euros for shingles and 1275.75 euros for his yearly heating bill). This is a reasonable amount to pay for such a beautifully designed cottage and everything it contains- including precious memories.

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