Front elevation designs are four different types of modern architecture. Back elevation is also called the “MDF” (medium-density fiberboard) style. Back elevation uses an open or semi-open space to provide a “homey feel.” This style is best suited to smaller apartments, condos and townhouses. The other two styles, right and left elevation, use architectural features such as a sloped roof or windows and doors. Each has its own set of pros and cons. Let’s take a closer look at each of these front elevation styles.
The right-front elevation design is known as the front facade, which is the front of a building that houses the building’s primary features. These are usually the front doors and windows. Generally, this style is best suited for homes with two or more stories.
It is also perfect for small, single-family dwellings. A right-front design may include an arch or a wall to support the “house” appearance. However, a right-front design may not be the best option in an apartment complex, especially if the apartments are spread out in multiple levels. Also, in a row-house, it may not fit with the rest of the house.
On the other hand, right-facing design can be the perfect choice for apartments with multiple stories and multiple units. The main advantage is that it can fit perfectly with most homes, and it can also be customized according to the owner’s wishes.
This style is best suited to homes with one or two stories. You may want a smaller space in your home to accommodate the family or just to make more space. If you have the budget, you may even want to choose the “MDF” style and then add some extra features and customize it to fit your specific home.
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