Just realised I've made a bit of an assumption with this, the building does have overhangs, but they don't fall outside the footprint of the foundation - hope this is ok!
No town, city or village has ever become immune to bad architecture.
In Europe, the period of time after WWII was a time of a monumental shift in architecture; where mass housing was suddenly needed, cheap and quickly. Innovations in materials, structure and society gave birth to the above architecture, béton brut raw concrete) also known as Brutalism.
The dream and the vision was to create vertical cities in the sky never quite worked, and the concrete slabs soon fell into disrepair.
Fortunately, this tower block was rescued, and redesigned to produce a luxury house for the modern 2.5 Sim family,
This is Dissoudre le Béton (The dissolving of the concrete)
Ground Floor, entrance, living area, outdoor deck, study & painting area
First Floor, kitchen, dining
Second Floor, child's bedroom, play area, main bathroom
Third Floor, master bedroom, relaxation area, main bathroom
Some of the furniture is very difficult to see in the main plans - its in stealth mode!
Hopefully these are a little clearer!
Living area, being put to good use by Jolina Bloggs!
Kitchen, cooking up a storm. Or waffles.... Probably a storm.
(Un)appreciating some modern sculptures in the dining room.
Relaxing after a hard day's house modelling in the master bedroom.
The painting studio from the doorstep. (Keep practicing Jolina!)
FINALLY, an overall view! Brutalist tower block brought kicking and screaming into the modern age!