ISBU Bungalow – in progress

I’ve been busy as hell lately designing ISBU single family and multi family homes and I’ve just realized that I haven’t really posted any significant design work in a while.  So, I thought I would take a second to post some interior shots of an ISBU home that I’ve been working on for a couple weeks.  It’s a 2 bedroom, 2 bath single family home with a second story loft/guest bedroom.  Constructed of (2) 20′ high cube containers spaced 24′ apart, you get a 480 sf open space for kitchen/living/dining/laundry with access to front and rear porches.

Now, as the project is still in development, I’m not going to show you the whole thing, but I would like to get some feedback on these interior renderings.  At 800 total sf (approx.) for the project, would you feel comfortable in this space?  Is it adequate for entertaining?  Does the kitchen function and flow?  Obviously, these are all questions that I’ve already asked myself during the design phase, but then my idea of a functional public space and your idea may be completely different.  Criticism is important to me, so please don’t hold back.  If you hate it, great, tell me why and what you would do differently.  If you love it (which I know everyone will cause I’m the bomb diggity, obviously) then I also want to know why.  Architecture can’t progress unless someone offers an opinion on a design, so please let the comments flow!

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