Go DROJO with your next project and we will convert any standard construction plan’s architectural and engineering specifications — for free! Made in the USA, DROJOs.inc provides manufacturing jobs for American workers — and donations which support your favorite causes.
SouthWestern-style adobe homes are among my favorites when it comes to architecture, and the plans for this 27′ x 36′ beauty include two spacious bedrooms, a 10′ porch (or workshop), and a fireplace.
Designed in 1935, the architectural drawings for the four-room farmhouse are free, courtesy of both North Dakota State and Arizona State Universities’ cooperative extension services.
Drojo SIPs construction is phenomenal with an adobe finish, and converting these plans for use with our green building system would be a snap. Using Drojo SIPs, this home could be completed in a matter of weeks. The plans are free, the conversion is free — go (Made in the USA) Drojo, today!
This 42′ x 62′ community center has a stage, dressing room, meeting hall, and a large kitchen.
An office and a cloakroom are located adjacent to the vestibule, and the building’s features include a fireplace, raised wood floors, and a gable roof.
Originally created for log construction, a complete set of architectural plans is free, courtesy of North Dakota State University and their cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics. Though designed in 1950, it’s timeless. Conversion for use with green building SIPs is also free when you go Drojo!
This building reminds me of the roadside stands I so enjoyed but took for granted in my youth. Kids who eat nothing but industrially produced fruits and vegetables may never in their lifetimes know what a tomato and a peach can be.
As an adult, this 30 x 60 roadside stand built with Drojo SIPs would be my dream office studio gallery cafe. Especially if my dream Drojo adobe home was within walking distance.
Another gem from North Dakota State University and the University of Maryland through their departments of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Home Ec, the building plans are free and the PDF is available here.
I would have guessed it was designed in the 1940s or ’50s, but it’s from 1967. Done so beautifully it seems an homage, and the building could be put to myriad uses. A bit of land in a strategic location and one would be in business. A produce stand, a studio with gallery, a specialty shop or salon, a cafe (there’s a refrigerated room), a community arts/crafts or thrift store; the possibilities are endless. It would make a great farmers’ market or a small food co-op.
Drojo SIPs would keep it cool in the summers and cozy all winter long, and the front wall of extra-wide roll-up doors and extra-large windows makes the space eminently expandable (which is totally tubular, even though 1800 square feet under the roof is more space than most people realize). Heavy-duty XL awnings on all sides, including over the loading dock, would be the pièce de résistance.
We can “make them like they used to,” only better. And bigger, if that’s needed. Contact Drojo for your free plans conversion and custom quote.
Watch this space for additional free building plans (for homes, garages, sheds, workshops, warehouses, barns, kennels, hydroponic grow houses, and other commercial and residential structures).
Go DROJO with your next project and we will convert any standard construction plan’s architectural and engineering specifications — for free!
Made in the USA, DROJOs.inc provides manufacturing jobs for American workers — and donations which support your favorite causes.