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The question is really impossible to answer with any degree of accuracy.

Way too many variables here. IE; Ceiling height, roof type, lighting type, actual square meters ( more normally = less per square), number of bathrooms in relation to total size, type of electric service, water pipes copper or plastic,  window type (steel, aluminum, etc), wood work for cabinets, & doors, concrete block, or brick,  and many more factors. 

The best method is to take your plans to a number of different architects (only an architect or engineer can legally contract for construction) and get estimates.  You will need to discuss the lever of quality you want. 

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