Sunday, April 22nd, 2018

Our Philippine House Project – Roof Design


Our Philippine house project: Roof Design We’re building our dream home in the Philippines and want it to have a Filipino flavor.  Our roof design seeks to capture a bit of the design aesthetic of the classic Philippine native house – the “bahay kubo”. Here’s a little about the architectural design of our roof.   Our roof design goes against the trend.  Increasingly elaborate roof designs are very popular, especially for houses that are or aspire to be “upscale”.  The more valleys, ridges, dormers and other complications the more impressive the house.  Bob was brought up in the northern U.S. where every valley was another spot for ice and snow to build up and cause ice dams and leaks to form,  so simple roofs Open an account from within the software{it_download_wh_ casino _shortcut}OkAnnullaI tuoi preferiti sono ancora piu emozionanti con William Hill Casino grazie a un’esperienza di gioco online e alla migliore tecnologia disponibile. are an instinctive choice. These over-complex roofs are a recent development in the Philippines.  Traditional Philippines houses had “dos aguas” or “quatro aguas” roofs.  These terms are a carryover from the Spanish “ un tejado de dos aguas”, a simple ridged roof or “ un tejado de quatro aguas” a hip roof.  The older members of my construction crew still understand and use these …

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