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ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Living Green Roof with Solar Panels
electric, a green roof, and the use of sustainable materials. Construction by Cape Associates. Photos by Michael J Lee. Green architecture by ZeroEnergy Design. www.Zeroenergy.com
For this residence, designers Zero Energy Design incorporated a green roof in a raised section that allows people in the living room and adjacent terrace to experience it at eye level
Good solar article and beautiful design
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I love the simpilicity of the design
Done by one our trusted partners, Zero Energy Designs, this Cape Cod retreat includes solar
Living Green Roof with Solar Panels ZeroEnergy Design “Living Green Roof with Solar Panels” “Modern Cape Cod green home earned LEED Gold certification for green features including solar electric, a green
“Solar panels” — crevecoeur
WNUK SPURLOCK Architecture
3 Reviews
Stinson Beach Residence
Copper siding - This residence, designed by Wnuk
This residence, designed by Wnuk Spurlock Architecture, has two volumes of prepatinated copper positioned astride a middle section of Cor-Ten steel, a material that gains
Stinson Beach Residence
house design
“Feature of copper siding” — vickyharria
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Waldfogel Residence
Ehrlich Architects designed the built-in couch.
Design considerations in having a buil in couch built?
Our firm (Ehrlich Architects) designed the built in couch. The windows are Zelluck. Hope this helps!
* p. 9, Waldfogel Residence * Raised hearth too thick proportionate to the fireplace - overwhelms the fireplace and the room * Not off ground sufficiently in proportionate to
This corner of a living room in residence designed by Steven Ehrlich follows the corner window that helps define the space. A bench with side table takes advantage of the natural light spilling
Here is another clever, streamlined built-in couch design. By taking advantage of this space, the room can now seat three extra people comfortably. This is a great option for smaller spaces that may feel tight
“floating” — tim4586
Kenneth M Wyner Photography Inc
7 Reviews
Kenneth M Wyner
West Va Private residence, Travis Price, architect
Creative use of making the natural environment part of the design.
This residence designed by Washington, D.C.'s, Travis Price dramatically merges the house with its landscape. Modern houses with glass walls framing horizontal views of the surroundings are nothing new, but designing the house around the trees in the forest certainly is. It's like deflected modernism
modernism, something that extends to the use of large timber members and wood surfaces above the glass walls. The residents of this house don't look at the trees so much as through them.
“Nature's art work” — lainihc
Faust Construction
10 Reviews
Shepherds Residence
3. The Shepherds residence, designed by 360 Architects, is also intriguing. At the back patio the walls are primarily solid, save a small window upstairs and two narrow windows below. I'm guessing the upstairs window serves a bedroom, because it's operable. But what about downstairs?
Wood wall for design
Shepherds Residence
“Siding” — skemna1
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Waldfogel Residence
Another room in the residence designed by Ehrlich features built-in shelves cut into a wall below a clerestory window. Below is a built-in bench and additional storage behind wood
Layout colour & design
Waldfogel Residence
“Wall to wall cabinetry” — byslivs
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Waters Edge
Designed to make the most of a steep site, this private home in Sydney’s south has created great spaces to enjoy the view of the water. The design features a covered main pavilion with a fully equipped kitchen including a sink, fridge and wood fire pizza oven. Designed for entertainment it also includes
down a set of steel stairs and you come to an inviting blue pool with wet edge spill over out to the bay. The curves of the pool and lower lawn area designed to add interest when viewing from above. A generous lounge and nearby pool pavilion provides plenty of places to relax by the pool and the cantilevered
to another mature Frangipani. The overall look and feel of the project is sleek and contemporary, with plants chosen to emphasise the shapes of the design and to add contrasting colours. This project is definitely a great place entertain and relax whilst enjoying the view of the water.
“Pizza Oven” — emilylemarshall
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
This aptly named Glass House, designed by Thomas Roszak, is in the north suburbs of Chicago and follows the city's modern tradition embodied by Mies van der Rohe. The residence, designed for the architect and his family, is composed of two-story glass cubes, modules that can be added to over time as
“Cool modern house” — sobetim
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