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Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
concerned about the affordability. We have $200,000 in additional costs over the base cost that we opted for. We are currently building an off the grid home for $450,000.
Concrete energy saving house, L-shape, one story, solar panels
passive build. concrete. 0 energy bills.
concrete, zero energy, flat roof, modern design, clean, lots of glass. right-sized
responded accordingly. “If I changed the angle of the house by 15 degrees, it lessened the energy performance by 25 percent,” he says. With many passive homes, which save energy due to how they’re designed and constructed, the building orientation is more compact and cube-like. Gray didn’t want a two-story
“solar panels” — renes880
Pursley Dixon Architecture
1 Review
Worker's Cottage
Concrete home idea
Is this a concrete home?
“masonite!” — Kayla Knaack
NZ Builders ltd
Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
This is colored concrete with re sawn wood impression
I grew up in a home built in 1962 that was L-shaped, with the same big overhangs and placed on the lot for best energy use. Even in Texas, we didn't use the front air conditioning or heat for about half the year. contact me: dawnup88@gmail.com and I would love to send you photos
the look of this concrete house. $0 energy bill with solar panels. too expensive, I am sure, but amazing
Some great tips and lessons for an energy efficient concrete home.
concrete wall with wood striations (from forms)
Gray also wanted the home to function for his family
use of wood and concrete, also nice wood storage idea
“we use a lot of firewood and I really love this” — ricemartin
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Dorsey Residence exterior
Loving the concrete home - especially the inside and the different levels
reinforced concrete, defined as concrete strengthened with steel reinforcing, be it bars or mesh. Concrete is a material that excels in compression, so the addition of steel, which is good in tension
reinforced concrete makes a lovely modern transition for federal townhomes
This is easily the most imposing concrete exterior on Houzz, a residence on Bainbridge Island, Washington by Matthew Coates. This view gives the appearance that the house is entirely made of reinforced concrete, but another look reveals...
“Too much concrete!” — Moger Mehrhof Architects
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Upper West Side Combo
resulting in a flood of natural sunlight. Wide-plank grey-washed walnut flooring was applied throughout the apartment to maximize light infiltration. A concrete office cube was designed with the supplementary space which features walnut flooring wrapping up the walls and ceiling. Two large sliding Starphire
The master suite features a walk-in-closet, a large bathroom with radiant heated floors and a custom steam shower. An integrated Vantage Smart Home System was installed to control the AV, HVAC, lighting and solar shades using iPads.
could have added to the dining area, but we decided that the space would best serve the family as a functional addition. So we made it into a concrete-box home office, which also transitions into a media room," says Miller.Dining chairs: Cassina; dining table: Matthew Hilton
“Bench seating, chairs, and built in wall unit” — Lindsey
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Who did your concrete work? Love the smooth form look.
use of colour in conjunction with concrete/wood/metal
sleek, calmness but also colours, rough concrete but very smooth surfaces also
fair faced concrete walls and wood
concrete walls maybe? love the color contrast against other walls
Striking painted steel girders (painted construction yellow) complement the poured concrete walls and ceiling here.
“This is very much the feel I want. Modern, sleek, calmness but also colours, rough concrete but very” — Miska Paulorinne
Cheng Design
2 Reviews
House 6 - Menlo Park
Design • Front Entryway of House 6 concrete and wood home. House 6, is Cheng Design’s sixth custom home project, was redesigned and constructed from top-to-bottom. The project represents a major career milestone thanks to the unique and innovative use of concrete, as this residence is one of Cheng Design’s
Design’s first-ever ‘hybrid’ structures, constructed as a combination of wood and concrete. Photography: Matthew Millman
Concrete walls poured onsite, glass canopy
The wood wall that you could hide the BBQ behind. And the easy doable roof. Even a poured concrete wall with the circles cut out is possible.
nice touch that comes from concrete’s plasticity.
Rough concrete walls created by rough wood & smooth concrete contrast
“Small roof” — lindalitwin
Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Toro Canyon Residence
Thank you for your question! The material used on the walls is concrete. They were cast in place using plywood forms.
Glass walls on both sides, wooden panelling, concrete walls mixed with wooden ceilings
Best display of raw concrete with timber
Poured concrete walls are awesome! Love the windows and view.
“color/contrast” — rainmaking
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