I put the subfloor down temporarily so that the client could come out and go over the floorpan in the "real" space. We made some adjustments, and are now adding a small dishwasher to the kitchen. We are discussing whether a stackable washer/dryer is possible....but the options aren't that appealing.
I'm not the typical builder, in that I draw a concrete set of plans and stick to them. My brain has a hard time processing drawings in one (and even three) dimensions. Sometimes I just have to see the space. I kind of build on experience and feel. Some have labeled it "organic". Some would find it extremely frustrating! Those aren't my usual clients. I am honest up front, and let them know that I have a...uh...fluid building style! I can't remember it backfiring for the client. but it has certainly kept me up at night. I want the client to have plenty of input into the build process. This means me sometimes having to tell them that what they have in mind simply won't work. More often than not, I tell them that I may not have a ready solution, but I'll figure it out. I spend a lot of time in contact with the customer, sometimes over explaining what's going on!
I bought almost all the windows today, and that was one of the major things we wanted to accomplish. I can now finish the decking, and start framing walls next week. We will be using Huber's ZIP system to sheath the walls. Traditional sheathing is made of oriented strand board (OSB), which is nailed to the framing studs, and then a breathable vapor barrier is attached to that. ZIP panels have the vapor barrier integrated into the sheathing. It's more expensive, but it decreases labor time. I work alone most of the time, and hanging house wrap is an absolute bear with only two hands!
Gotta get to work!