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How can i draw the first floor veranda with chief architect as shown in the picture?

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Just my opinion but that veranda with those super tall colums

looks totally out of place - I would even say "silly"

 

just my opinion

 

Lew

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Invisible walls, build main roof first, add roof plane above garage with auto roof off, 2nd floor balcony room has no floor. Then just details and finishes.

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