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Holiday Home Project

This is one of my latest tiny home projects. These amazing designs are by the team behind the Coal Bunkers. They're located in South Wales.

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This is the Smallest of the three coal bunker designs ( the quarter tonne bunker ).

It includes the main open living and kitchen area, with the shower room located at the back as well as the mezzanine bedroom floor above. this can be seen easily from the my hand drawn projection rendering of this bunker to the right.  

This also includes two simple illustrations of the exterior of this bunker from multiple angles. 

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This is the middle of the three coal bunker designs ( the half tonne bunker )

It includes the main open living and kitchen area, with the shower room located at the back as well as the mezzanine bedroom floor above. This is all exactly like the smaller quarter tonne coal bunkering so this can be seen easily from the my hand drawn projection rendering of this bunker above. The difference is that this bunker also includes an extra bedroom to the right of the bunker as shown on my floor plan rendering.

This also includes two simple illustrations of the exterior of this bunker from multiple angles as do all of these bunkers. 

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The Process

These are two time-lapse videos of the process I use to illustrate my projects. 

The first I drew shows the smallest, or quarter tonne, coal bunkers living area and mezzanine floor. 

I loved the effect of the fire light and shadows. It helps to convey the realistic look as if you were standing right there.

The second one portrayed here shows the one ground floor room of the second largest, or half tonne, coal bunker. 

I love the homely feel in this illustration, and it definitely helps to bring the floor plan to life. 

This is the largest of the three coal bunker designs ( the one tonne bunker )

It includes the main open living, kitchen and dining area. this design differs from the other two bunkers as it's bathroom is located in a separate room to the back of the bunker again just behind the added ground floor bedroom, however, just as the other two bunkers include a mezzanine floor so does this one.

All of the differences can be seen clearly on my hand drawn floor plan, as well as the two 3D renderings, of the living room and the bathroom, as well.

This also includes two simple illustrations of the exterior of this bunker from multiple angles as do all of these bunkers. 

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