Farinah Husodo
Farinah Husodo

Farinah is a practicing architect in Melbourne, Australia. She served in the building and construction industry for 15 years. 

Her passion is to help homeowners design their dream homes using Future Home Design concept.

What Type of Home Should I Build?

What type of home should homeowners who are conscious of quality and not quantity build?

You are homeowners who are interested in good quality, long-lasting home that you can enjoy for a long time.

You won’t bother to move homes and cope with the stress of looking for new homes in new areas. You like stability.

You prefer to build a cozy nest just the way you wanted it. You are the type that will not change your car or phone if they don’t break down. You don’t care about following the latest trend or fashion. You have your own unique style.

Friends and family compliment you on your good taste and styles. You are a trendsetter rather than a trend follower.

When it comes to building your own home, what kind of home should you build?

The glossy house magazines are all about styles and looks. Is there anything else apart from look, you wonder? 🤔

The real estate people say you need to consider the number of bedrooms, bathrooms and garages. Those are the selling points, they said.

But…what if I am not planning to build and sell my home? 🤦‍♀️ I don’t like to move homes! 🤕

If you are reading this and nodding your head saying, “Yes, that’s me!” 🙋‍♀️🙋🏻‍♂️

I have good news for you!

You can build your home using Future Home Design features, called SMALL.

SMALL stands for Smart, Millennial, Adaptable, Livable and Low Energy Consumption.

We will introduce you to each feature in the next few posts.

If you love to get ahead and can’t wait to get that information on your hand right now, download the FREE ebook, 5 Signs That Your Home Is Not Future Ready.



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