The Armanda Mała house design is a variant of the well-known Armand project. In contrast to the basic version, the design has a smaller surface area. The design of the Armanda Mała house is designed on a medium-wide plot. The building's solid has a simple form, so its implementation will not absorb too many financial resources. The project has a ridge parallel to the road, which is often referred to in the building conditions. The house has been designed for free-standing building. It is also an interesting proposition for people looking for a house with a gable roof, which allows to reduce costs. The Armanda Mała project is a one-storey house with an attic, which makes the day and night zone clearly separated from each other. The part of the day included in the project will surely satisfy people who like to enjoy common moments in the family circle. The kitchen, planned by the architect, will surely satisfy the supporters of traditional solutions. The table in the kitchen made every morning spend time with the family. The larder taken into account in the project will greatly facilitate the preservation of order. The living area includes a living room and a dining room, thanks to which the interior of the house is very functional. In addition, a fireplace is provided in the living room, giving the interior a unique atmosphere. A practical solution is to include two bathrooms in the design - both at the bottom and at the top. The needs of a 4-6-person family will meet the four spacious bedrooms envisaged in the project. The space can also be used as a guest room or a study room. Comfortable use of the house is also influenced by the economic room included in it. The terrace gives the possibility of contact with nature and promotes relaxation. The project was created for investors who plan to build a house in brick technology. Armanda Mała refers to the traditional style, thanks to which it will perfectly fit into any landscape.