Project 01: Tiny Home
This tiny house has a unique design because the outside wall is part of the roof that has a curve coming together at the top. When you walk into the house you will see the living room in front of you this room has a TV on top of a shelf there is also couch in the room.Now If you walk past the living room you will get to the kitchen which has a granite counter top with a sink, a stove and the mini fridge that is under the counter and to the side there is a table for two. Past that is the bathroom and washroom the bathroom has a shower, a double sink and of course a compost toilet. In the washroom there is a washer dryer combo and a dog wash station. Now if you go upstairs there is a bedroom that has a bed and two shelves above the bed for storage. When you go outside there is a ladder to the right you will reach the balcony once you climb the later the balcony itself is almost 8 ft long giving you plenty of room for small get together like a barque this balcony also has a 5 ft long window looking in to the house and acting like a skylight to make the house feel bigger and for natural lighting.
Concept Study Drawing
Leisure Activities and Lifestyle
There are many things to do in new mexico, most people go to national parks which is a good thing that there scattered across new mexico and open most days. There is also art galleries which there is also a lot of. A big thing there is clay pottery because of all of the clay there. There are great hiking trails that you can see people going on almost every day. One more thing is that new mexico has plenty of museums to visit.
Terrain and Landscape
New Mexico is the 5th largest state. The landscape has mountains and a desert of White Sands National Monument. 6 of the 7 biomes that are found in the world are in New Mexico. Mountains are a big part of New Mexico’s natural characteristic. They are in or visible from most states on the eastern border, and they have a impact in the climate and it provide a watershed for most of those states. A year-round snow peaks is in every quadrant of the state.Plains still cover a larger area of the state’s topography. The Great Plains cover one-third of New Mexico's land.
New Mexico is 2nd only to Arizona in days of sunshine per year. The climate is dry and there is not a lot of extreme weather conditions there. The elevations in New Mexico can go from 13,161 ft. on Wheeler Peak in north central New Mexico down to 2,817 ft. at Red Bluff Lake in the southern Rio Grande Valley. While most people think New Mexico is a southern state because of latitude, but while bordering Texas, Arizona and Mexico, the elevation that it has provides 4 seasons throughout New mexico. The weather patterns are mostly warm to hot days and cool nights with some scattered thunderstorms in summer time and cold nights with moderate days and some snow in winter. Spring and fall can have some amazing weather.
In New Mexico the homes there often look like an assortment of cubes that is called , each level is pushed back from the level under it, creating a geometric look. A example of this is the Taos Pueblo. There is also log cabins in the mountains.
Cost of Living
annual cost of living$50,000 - $60,000 a year
monthly cost of living$6,295
Food - Agriculture
most of the food in New Mexico is Tex-Mex and most if not all is grown locally.