Sep 11, 2017 4:56 am
I'm an American from the South who's trying to gain as much information as possible concerning the general feel and look of an Australian bush house by incorporating old and new aesthetics and regulations I've been able to find in my own spare time.
This is for a personal comic series. While there will be some slight inaccuracies due to artistic leniency, I want to ensure that the overall build is technically functional and meets Australian standards of construction for a bush house so that the design is believable and functional concerning basic structure.
Project's Portfolio: https://www.artstation.com/k4ppy/albums/562678
Bush House #1 Prototype: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/evyeJ
Context: I am building a semi-dilapidated Australian bush house as a cgi model for future art projects.
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Below are some questions I have concerning window placement and rules plus regulations I'd like to have clarified before adding them to my bush house.
1. Height off the floor: My bush house design has the following measurements http://bit.ly/2eWLquH. sed on http://bit.ly/2eP74gB: I have no restrictions on my window placement concerning distance from the house's floor correct?
2. Distance from ceiling: I see bush houses with very diverse window types and placement such as this one http://bit.ly/2wR8l1C. But are there any minimum requirements concerning window placement, depth, etc?
3. BAL requirements: Do uPVC and fiberglass windows meet all bush fire requirements? I'm presuming "yes" based on http://bit.ly/2fccfIg
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