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Need advice on house architecture plan
aichoucha
February 24, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Hi,

As you can see in the picture I have a problem finding the right place to put steps on the round circle, which is just in front of the swimming pool. In the plan, you can enter the round circle in two ways, the right and the left. However I believe it will make the room look small. Please help me find the right place to put the right steps in order to have more space.

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Arlene Warda, Architecture+Interior Design
Hi aichoucha! hi again!... do you have a large plan, Jpg flat format so we can see it better, with other rooms attached? So, is this your house? same one as one posted with 'arches'...
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aichoucha
No it s another house. This one has a swimming pool.
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Arlene Warda, Architecture+Interior Design
Hi, here is a solution for the steps. I assume you are talking the ones by the swimming pool, in the living room, the ones part of the built-in couch. I would like to see the stairs in this location. It's nice to keep the lounge seating next to the window for relaxing and seeing the swimming pool!...
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