Two drive-through bays are divided by a bigger center space in this barn-style garage. The side bays join across the rear to unheated floor space, while the central bay connects to the warmed workplace. The garage/shop may be converted into a gymnasium, a designer’s studio, a vehicle exhibition, a recreational space, or a dancing workshop, among other things.
If you’re still unsure about barndominiums, our handy guide might help you learn more about them. This barn is well planned for people who are looking for a lost cost and highly efficient plan.
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On the main level, its square-shaped floor layout helps to segregate spaces without having any negative corners. Three sides of the floor are covered with a shop, They have overhead doors as an entrance. The decent-sized windows allow natural light for clean air circulation.
The space generated between the shop area is heated. It can be used as a garage or multi-functional hall. It has bigger overhead doors which make bringing large equipment easily inside the shop. It is connected with the outer shop area for a proper flow of space.
On the second floor, there is a loft which can be accessed through a staircase provided in the heated shop area. Loft transformation ideas might be the answer if you want or need to add more living quarters to this property. Because a well-designed loft space will not only add additional livable space, but it’s also a really clever alternative to increase the value of your garage apartment. You can add an extra lounge, office, restroom, guest room, or even open plan kitchen.
Those looking for considerable cost savings, greater room, and a range of design options will appreciate this garage barn. If it meets all of your needs, this plan might be a good decision.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.