1. How well do you think your design meets the brief?
I believe my design covers all areas of the design brief. The purpose of the shelter is to provide a temporary emergency house for 12 -18 months. This design is suitable and comfortable for a long-term effected family. The composition of the family is considered extremely well. As the two children are teenagers, privacy is considered and each child has a separate room. Gender in also considered, in the girl’s room, there is a mirror desk and for the boy’s room there is a small television to play PS3 and WII. Also as the teenagers are in secondary school, a study area must be comprised, therefore there is a study room plus desks in their rooms too. As for the two adults, there is a separate ensuite and wardrobe room in their main bedroom. It accommodates the standards expected by all Australians and it will fulfil their requirements of their normal everyday living. It also includes all the standard rooms and room sizes. This includes two bedrooms, a main bedroom (with an ensuite and wardrobe room), a living area, a dining area, a kitchen, a study/computer room, a bathroom, a toilet and a laundry.
2. What aspects of your design are you most pleased with?
Overall, I am pleases will all aspects of my design. I believe it has truly become a sublime success and what I expected. I am most pleased with the kitchen, dining area, living room, and the deck. This is because the layout, placing of furniture and sizing worked out perfectly for each of them and I am no problems in any of them. Most importantly, the four areas I listed look fabulous especially in a render. I believe the design itself was a spectacular achievement and I am proud of myself.
3. What would you have done differently if you were given a chance?
I have inspected my design and it was excellent and truth be told, it is hard to find what I would change if I was given a chance. But there is one, if I was given a chance, I would...