Transitional House, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

The house has been designed well considering the owner's guidance. The high lighting features of the design are, its design follows the targeted square footage, covers every single preference listed by owner, building codes, future extensions, and budgetary requirements with numerous possibilities of playing with interior design.

Axonometric View

The house layout has been designed considering the privacy at every level and keeping it open layout for most of the visual connections in the house. The first floor includes the office with adjoining 3/4 bath and a small closet. The gymnasium/guest room (with small close and bath to also be used as a first-floor living area bath as well). The entrance foyer leading way to open the living and dining area with a shared wet bar and fireplace.


Rear House View

Entrance to the house

Living, kitchen and dining are well connected and have views of the outdoor pool area and will be well lit with natural light the whole day. The master bed is kept at the rear part of the house, allows maximum privacy compared with the other part of the house with easy access to the laundry and garage. It has a skylight above the bath-tub area and includes a two-person shower and high ceilings in the master bedroom make the space more appealing.

Dining and Kitchen Area

Kitchen Area

View to Exterior Pool Access

The gym opens to outdoor area to create a larger feeling space.

Outdoor grill with covered patio for parties and small events and pool access makes the optimal use of the covered space.

The second floor has been functionally well designed to accommodate only the front part of the house with three bedrooms with 2 baths and a recreational area. The third floor is optional at the attic can be converted to another floor as per future needs with connection to the bathroom.

Second Floor Recreational Room

Overall the house considers visual axis and minimal aesthetics to achieve the transitional architecture look for the exterior and interior needs. An optional furniture layout has been provided for a better understanding of the interior spaces. More details can be provided if needed after the competitions. Basic perspective views have been provided for a better understanding of the architectural spaces.