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The problem in GM6 is to create a blueprint of the house your are designing for Ms Speedy Be sure to not only work within Ms Speedys requirements two bedrooms with a combined area of at least 250 square feet at least one bathroom a living room not smaller than 200 square feet a kitchen that must be at least 220 square feet and the zoning laws which state that the house may only be a maximum of 1000 square feet but also include elements essential to a house such as a front back door windows and interior doors Add furniture if youd like Also explain to Ms Speedy the selling points to your design What makes your design best What assumptions you make for your design Did you need to make any difficult desicionsMy strategy on setting up the blueprint for Ms Speedys house is as follows The first step was to make the bedrooms as close as possible to the one bathroom This is so Ms Speedy doesnt have to walk across the whole house to get to the bathroom In fact from the master bedroom there is a door leading directly to the bathroom I put the kitchen next to the living room so that people can go straight to the living room after they finish their meal for relaxation In addition both the kitchen and living are across the hall from both bedrooms and the bathroom There is easy access to all of the rooms via this hallway I added two closets The Linen closet was right in front of the bathroom You could put all of the bathroom linens and the bedroom linens into this closet The other closet was located right to the left of the front door and was big enough 5x6 to fit all of the coats and shoes and could store all other needed itemsIn addition to the above design features I was able to
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