28,040 Platinum Series Home Design Photos

Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Leed Platinum by the Bay
Ideabooks1,992
Questions3
Leed Platinum by the Bay
LEED-H Platinum
“Solar” — cpandel
Platinum Landscape LLC
16 Reviews
Rivendell Residence
Ideabooks105
Questions0
Platinum Landscape LLC
“elfish look” — Gabriel-Cosmin Corduneanu
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks3,173
Questions7
bedrooms with full bath on the upper level. Amenities include covered entry porch, kitchen pantry, powder room, mud room and laundry closet. LEED Platinum certification; 1st Passive House–certified home in Maine, 12th certified in U.S.; USGBC Residential Project of the Year Award 2011; EcoHome Magazine
GO Home Passive House - Platinum LEED certified!
“Metal legs thickness of cushions solar to The Harry” — karenkarenq
Platinum Landscape LLC
16 Reviews
Wright Residence
Ideabooks967
Questions1
Platinum Landscape LLC
“backyard 9” — raghuareddy
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Victoria Garden Mews LEED Platinum Condos 2nd Floor Master Bath
Ideabooks618
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Victoria Garden Mews LEED Platinum Condos 2nd Floor Master Bath
Architect: Thompson Naylor Architects Photo Credit: Meghan Beierle An award winning, certified Platinum LEED for Homes Project.
“White cabs with marble top” — sunnybear17
Peridot Interiors LLC
4 Reviews
St. James Courtyard House
Ideabooks298
Questions2
Hi! Thank you! The cabinets are "Natural White with Brushed Platinum Glaze." The walls are Benjamin Moore "Edgecomb Gray", trim is Benjamin Moore "Snowfall White"
Cabinets - Natural white with brushed platinum glaze
“Wood color is nice shade. What is it?” — parajon
Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Modern Atlanta Kitchen
Ideabooks373
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PLATINUM | Stonepeak Ceramics
“cabinets” — Austin Tiger Construction
Integrity Windows and Doors
Beachaus
Ideabooks36
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Used: All Ultrex® Casement & Awning, sliding patio door. Marvin® windows and doors. The Beachaus project was originally designed to qualify for LEED Platinum status. The design goal of this highly contemporary home was to leave a small footprint and to be 100% lit by natural daylight. 12’ ceilings with
solar heat gain. Integrity’s combination of glazing options and Ultrex pultruded fiberglass helped the home meet the rigorous requirements of LEED Platinum status.
“modern” — Mary Cervantes
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