Entrance Door underneath Balcony Cecil Lee Cecil Lee firstname.lastname@example.org
These are some considerations:
1. Before the final approval given to construct a new home;
1.1. Ground Floor compared to the 2nd storey layout
1.1.1 Try to superimpose the 2nd storey layout plan to the ground floor.
1.1.2 And for the Ground Floor level; look out especially for toilets at the 2nd storey.
1.1.3 Here, it is considered inauspicious to have the toilet especially the WC pipe(s) on the 2nd storey; above the main entrance door; and/or kitchen especially directly above the stove.
1.1.4 And any other living areas such as directly above the sofa or a bedroom. Also try to avoid the wc directly above the dining table.
2. 2nd Storey superimposed onto the ground floor layout
2. Most important consideration is to avoid a bed directly above the ground floor stove.
3. In your case, there is no major concerns for a balcony directly above the main door.
3.1. In fact, many, many homes even have a porch directly above the main door. And some homes, the 2nd floor (above) the porch is turned into a large balcony area.
3.2. Based On common sense, it makes excellent sense in your case; where the balcony is not too long, but good enough to provide a roof or shelter in the even of heavy rain / wind.
On 6/18/2012 9:54:28 PM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:
>Dear Mr Lee; I am about
>to build my double storey
>house and would like to have
>you advice concerning the
>entrance door which will be
>underneath the balcony as
>shown on the attached
>layout.Is this considered
>door?Thank you in advance for