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Concreteworks
Piedmont House Hearth
Ideabooks6,738
Questions5
acts as a heat shield between the fire and the TV hanging on the surround. Second, the raised hearth and heat shield add a much needed horizontal element. Third, the two concrete elements are the third of the dark gray elements - notice the vent pipes - satisfying the rule of threes.
“Hearth” — carhartq
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Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks4,350
Questions4
with it heat). South-facing windows can introduce direct light, but that light is easy to control with short exterior overhangs designed to keep direct light out during hotter months. The daylight (and associated heat gain) from east- and west-facing windows is the toughest to control but can be counteracted
“Kitchen window” — janelle1
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks3,854
Questions2
of the heat, but it's the prolonged heat in combination with a mild winter. I was happy to learn there are now a few varieties known as "Southern bloomers" (though many of them were developed in California) that do quite well in warmer climates.
“Flowers” — kbhare
FINNE Architects
18 Reviews
FINNE Architects
Ideabooks1,818
Questions2
how much heat you want to add. Clerestory windows on the south-facing side of your house will generate more warmth from the sun in winter.The clerestory windows on this retreat by Finne Architects in the Cascade Mountains in eastern Washington not only add light and heat during the snowy season, but also
“Clerestory for living room” — kateinoz
yamamar design
Dolores Park House
Ideabooks15,908
Questions5
therefore heat) can help reduce the amount of energy needed to heat the house. It depends greatly on the local climate, but also on the design of the building envelope of the house.
“could our attic look like this” — Shannon Guley
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
Botkier residence
Ideabooks12,301
Questions15
a high-heat spray paint for your radiator, look into an oil-based paint. Since latex is water-based, it's more likely to peel and crack from the heat.
“The mix of texture” — s1u2s3i4e5
Justin Pauly Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Passive House
Ideabooks1,655
Questions3
that the heat that is created in the house just from people being there. (You’d be surprised at how much heat is generated from normal daily activities, like cooking, cleaning, using the computer and running all of the home appliances.)
“Tile” — mary0217
David Neiman Architects
14 Reviews
Weyand Residence
Ideabooks1,922
Questions7
finish and heat can affect the tone.Also, do not place a piano near a drafty window, door or fireplace draft, or near a heating or air conditioning vent. It used to be the rule of thumb not to place a piano on an exterior wall, but because homes can be well-insulated these days, homeowners feel comfortable
“paint” — nissab
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