ingegnere, take a look at the furniture in the room. I think that the scale is a little off and that your couch and table should be larger than they are.
also, what are the blue "bubbles" in the space? is it a type of room divider?
i must agree with alexandersimple. if you are not sure about that, simply measure the chairs in you dining and consult them with the values you have put in the plans. As a general rule, for example, every person sitting at a tabble would need 60 cm from elbow to elbow and 30 cm in depht, multiply this by 6 and you have a 360 cm long dining table which means more that half of the wall you've placed it against.
I would also like you to post how you planned the kitchen and bathroom.
thanks for your comments.My idea is of Insert furniture design that they occupy space can. For to sacle I followed your guide. The Divider of sphere cemented glass.
I like the idea of curved walls.
Perhaps it would help you to use the correct dimensions of the furniture if you start working on a 2D plan. It is very convenient because you can see without much effort if everything fits into the apartment. Mr. Google knows the most standard sizes of furniture ; )
Good luck for you!
iLINES, with reference to Google, do you really mean to say "3D plan", instead of "2D"?
i'm a little lost in your suggestion
No, I mean 2D. It was referred to the fact that the furniture from ingegnere does not have the correct dimensions. To see if all the elements fit into the apartment, it would be easier to work first on a simple 2D plan - the height could first be neglected.
Thanks for the Council.
Promising start! I also like the idea of curved walls. Could you upload parts of the floor plan with a higher resolution so we can actually read the description? That would be of great help. Looking forward to your updates!
The idea of two rooms has merit one smaller one as private retreat and one as entertainment - however in this small space I suggest you flip them so the larger one the entertainment is near the entrance - that way you do not have to sacrifice hallway space and will gain flexibility - the tradeoff is the smaller window for the larger room but it is also access to the outdoor living space - the fire escape. -
and you are definitely using the wrong scale on your furniture - I suggest you print the floor plan out to a convenient scale then cut out post-iits of the furniture at the same scale and move them around manually - it will be an eye-opener.
My idea is still in development, I created curve because in a space small create a effect perspective.Expect the sequel to understand what I restructure the apartment.
Beautiful project, i like your presentation, very professional. Good luck.
Thanks skab81 :)