Houses by ESTUDIO GEYA

​Five contemporary country homes with floor plans

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There are many kinds of homes that we see when we visit different places. While the typical urban quarters like apartments and row houses are meant for everyday living, there are many others that line the countryside with varied styles ranging from the cottage type to the linear modern bungalows. Come and have a look at these five countryside homes with their floor plans to get some inspiration for your own abode!

​1. House one: Floor plan

  by ESTUDIO GEYA
ESTUDIO GEYA

PLANTA BAJA

ESTUDIO GEYA

Built by the architects at Estudio Geya, this home has a simple floor plan that brings in an open hall with the kitchen, dining area and living area so that you have ample space for everything.

​Top floor

  by ESTUDIO GEYA
ESTUDIO GEYA

PLANTA ALTA

ESTUDIO GEYA

The top floor of the home is a more private space where one can easily relax in any of the bedrooms that are tied into a corridor-like space.

​Facade

The rear facade of the home is a play of glass and straight lines, which shows off the symmetry of the various spaces. From here, one can easily see all the elements of the home, boxed up in glass rooms with wooden planks for privacy on the side.

​Well-planned social area

The social area ties in the kitchen and dining area well, even as the glass comes forth to give the home an airy feel.

​2. House two: Floor plan

The single-storey structure of this home is wrapped around in a U shape with a courtyard in the centre.

​Huge courtyard

The expansive courtyard sits in the centre while the rest of the home is done up in corridors around this space.

​Luxurious interiors

The interiors of the home have been done up with contemporary and luxurious elements, which also spell comfort.

​3. House three: Floor plan

The floor plan of the home is one which brings in a single-storey structure, integrated with common areas and others that render adequate functionality.

​Minimalist facade

 Houses by VISMARACORSI ARQUITECTOS
VISMARACORSI ARQUITECTOS

PERSPECTIVA DE FACHADA NORTE

VISMARACORSI ARQUITECTOS

The minimalist facade of the home brings on linear Ls thrown in inverted angles with glass walls and open spaces.

​Stunning interiors

The glass courtyard with the skylight on top centres the rest of the areas around it.

​4. House four: Floor plan

  by Novodeco
Novodeco

Proyecto plano 3D

Novodeco

This home has a narrow layout.

​Open layout

 Living room by Novodeco
Novodeco

Salón

Novodeco

The open layout of the home has been retained despite its tight narrow fit.

​Tall layout

 Bedroom by Novodeco
Novodeco

Dormitorio principal

Novodeco

The tall ceilings make the space look large.

​5. House five: Floor plan

The entry level of the home shows a slight diagonal setting on one side with functional areas in the centre.

​Top floor

The top floor is done in flat steps where each of the two bedrooms lie in one corner beneath the other.

​Facade

The sandstone-like facade has a simple look with a diagonal incline.

​Neutral interiors

The interiors of the home have an elegant setting.

For more design ideas, take a look at -Sketch your dream home with inspiration from 5 floor plans

Which idea from here inspired you the most? Let us know in the comments!
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