In this Book of Ideas we will keep things simple, and we will show you the facades and a picture of the interior of each of these hillside house plans with garage underneath, hills or terrains with degrees of inclination that, without ingenuity and good architecture, would be impossible to do. The idea is to show them that with a little effort, building a house wherever it occurs to us is not at all impossible.
In the construction of this facade we can clearly see how the land has been used to expand its design to a second floor that stretches backwards, making active use of the terrain of the hill that supports it, with different spaces differentiated based on the height in who are and allowing a direct contact with the nature that surrounds the hillside house plans with garage underneath. Notice how there is a lot of glass around, which allows the entry of natural light.
Inside this hillside house plans with garage underneath, we can see that its spaces are open, and the doors that there are wide and allow fresh air to travel and renew freely to the interior. In addition, we clearly notice the use and utility of large windows, allowing natural light to embrace and lend its warmth to a concrete interior designed in a minimalist style.