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Lake House 72

The “Lake House 72” is an embodiment of elegant design and versatile functionality, reflecting an architect’s vision and an interior designer’s attention to detail. With its modular composition, this house offers a plethora of external finishes and designs, allowing it to seamlessly blend with the surrounding environment or stand out as a unique architectural statement. Each design is thoughtfully curated to maximise the serenity of lakeside living.

Make your modular home uniquely yours by adding a customized terrace as a standalone option, elevating both style and functionality. Enhance your modular home with a customized terrace as a separate option, with pricing calculated independently and not included in the home’s base cost, adding both style and functionality to your living space.

The house is conceptualised to provide panoramic vistas of the lake, with expansive windows that invite an abundance of natural light, enhancing the warmth and ambience of the interior spaces. The open-plan layout fosters a fluid connection between living areas, facilitating a harmonious balance between communal interaction and private retreat.

The exterior finishes of the Lake House 72 range from modern minimalist to rustic charm, each carefully selected to complement the tranquillity of the lake setting. The sustainable materials and cutting-edge construction techniques ensure energy efficiency and environmental friendliness, while the modular design guarantees structural stability and longevity.

The Lake House 72 encapsulates the essence of lakeside living, offering an idyllic retreat that harmonises with the beauty of its natural setting. It’s more than just a house; it’s a sanctuary where you can unwind, rejuvenate, and feel at one with nature.

From: £54000
Technical details​
Building area
72,25м²
Internal area
60,1м²
Angle of roof pitch
15°
Number of floors
1
Number of bedrooms
2
Number of bathrooms
1
Garage
No
Assembling
7-9 days
Floorplans
Choose your own External or Internal finish
Lake House 72
False Timberfalse timber texture

Metal metal texture

Brick metal texture
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Laminated Chipboard ldsp texture

under concrete | under a wooden panel

False Timber false timber texture

painted

Dyeing in NCSdeying
  • NCS - S 0300-N
  • NCS - S 2010-Y10R
  • NCS - S 4005-Y80R
  • NCS - S 3030-R80B
OSB osb texture

What is a bungalow?

Bungalows, a favoured architectural design, epitomise simplicity and functionality. As single-story dwellings, they offer easy accessibility, ideal for seniors, families with young children, or those with mobility concerns. Their low-pitched, gabled or hipped roofs contribute to an open, spacious feel while blending seamlessly with the surrounding landscape.

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Lake-house

Benefits of bungalow.

Notable features include wide overhanging eaves, offering shade and elemental protection, particularly beneficial in regions with harsh climates. Bungalows often incorporate verandas or porches, augmenting living space and fostering a connection with the outdoors. Internally, their open floor plans maximise space utilisation, encouraging social interaction with minimal dividing walls. Bungalows prioritise practicality, often exhibiting unpretentious designs, perfectly balancing comfortable living and aesthetic appeal.

Technical Specifications

Wall
The walls are made from a wooden frame using studs with a cross-section of 35 x 95mm. These are fully insulated to save energy. All timber cladding has a six-layer protection process.
roof
The flat  roof is made from 35 x 120-190mm timber joists with mineral wool insulation. A damp-proof membrane layer protects the unit from rain and bad-weather conditions. In the case of a single-pitched or double-pitched roof, soft bitumen or profiled metal tiles can be used in the construction of the roof.
floor structure
Trident’s floor structure consists of 35 x 95mm timbers,  reinforced with OSB boards with E1-emission class and insulated with 100mm of non-combustible basalt mineral wool. The insulation also includes a Moisture protection membrane.
Foundation
Due to its lightweight construction, a Trident modular garden house can be installed in any garden or any soil type using concrete foundation or Ground screws. A minimal concrete foundation supports the structure of the unit.
Ventilation Performance
The base version of the modular housing operates passively with natural ventilation. Mechanical HRV systems and HEPA filters can also be installed if needed to improve air circulation and lower the risk of airborne bacteria transmission.
Quick turnarround
One of our main USPs is the fact that we have very quick turnaround times – ranging from a couple of weeks to a maximum of 2 months, but that varies depending on the project itself and its complexity.
Incredible pricing without compromising quality

Another reason why we are so confident in our Modular houses is because we do not compromise on quality. We use only the best quality materials for our projects while also having a cost-cutting system in place that keeps our costs down so we can also keep our prices down for our customers.

Hassle free

Usually setting up a Modular house includes a lot of active work from the customer’s end. With us, that is all taken care of by our Building experts – you just get updated on where we are with your order as we collect all the information we would need at the beginning of our work together.

A - Z Project Delivery

We handle the entire process from beginning to end, from the moment we speak for the first time, to when your modular house is fully assembled and ready for use. We cover the design, manufacturing, logistics, and assembly – so you don’t have to worry about it, just enjoy the process of getting your dream home.

Assemble by yourself
We offer the option of Self Assembly for all our modular houses, so if you want to assemble it by yourself, or with your own team, just let us know – that would change the price straight away.
Sustainability
Offsite methodology reduces approximately 80% – 97% waste from our constructions Factory controlled fit out leads to more efficient use of materials Typically a 50% CO2 savings – for example, Heriot Watt University have conducted research on Greenford Quay with regard to CO2 savings. The findings show the CO2 savings due to Tide and Vision’s modular technology on this scheme is equivalent to over 160,000 trees being planted.

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