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A stand alone, high-end living space such as Atlas Living’s Eco 66
can be the answer for those short on space

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Spaces which can be flexible for a multitude of uses can be the answer for those who are short on space and living in a cramped home.

You might want a separate extra bedroom, another living space or children’s playroom, a studio for work or as a home workshop, a games room and bar - even a gym, which your present home may not cater for.

And you may even want spaces which don’t flow on to one another as well. Providing living areas for some of these needs is the reasoning behind Atlas Living’s range of Eco independent living units.

The Eco 66 option is unique choice which is laid out with a spacious bedroom with a walk-in robe and an ensuite at one end, and a separate 3.5m x 4.8m studio on the other side of a generous timber deck. In the middle, separate yet again, is a home gym which is another good size.

Each room has its own designated entrance from the deck and each will look back toward your existing home through wide floor-to-ceiling windows (on one side only), so it is ideally positioned at the end of your backyard as a stand-alone building.

If that doesn’t suit though, there is also the option to connect the Eco 66 back to your home and let it act as an extension.

Either way, what you get is three separate spaces which can be used for a variety of needs: the bedroom could make the perfect teen/adult child retreat, while the other rooms could be an art studio or a home office.

The Eco 66 was specifically designed for people in need of extra rooms but not an extra kitchen, which is an option in other designs in the range.

There is a choice of looks as well, with four roof options from traditional hip, gable, skillion and curved (pictured), so you can get the look that will most suit your home and suburb.

The Eco 66 can be purchased in kit price, lock up and a completed price, so it’s also flexible for your budget too.

 

The Sunday Mail Home Magazine

For more information about the house in this story please look at the Eco 66.