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RaumatiDaniel Marshall Architect
4. Raumati, Auckland Raumati (Maori for "summer") is a replacement of a 1970s house in the Remuera area of Auckland, south and west of the Orakei Basin and the Lucerne house. Like Marshall's other houses described in this ideabook, this house contends with a slope and is massed
nz 4. Raumati, Auckland Raumati (Maori for "summer") is a replacement of a 1970s house in the Remuera area of Auckland, south and west of the Orakei Basin and the Lucerne house. Like Marshall's other houses described in this ideabook, this house contends with a slope and is massed
4. Raumati, AucklandRaumati (Maori for "summer") is a replacement of a 1970s house in the Remuera area of Auckland, south and west of the Orakei Basin and the Lucerne house. Like Marshall's other houses described in this ideabook, this house contends with a slope and is massed as a split level, like
bowman patioHugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
areas with perpetually hot weather. Exterior awnings can reduce solar heat gain by up to 65 percent for south-facing windows and 77 percent for west-facing windows. Ideal locations: South- and west-facing windows. Best uses: Reducing heat gain in warm weather.
awnings are perfect for all of us with south and west facing windows.
Exterior awnings can reduce solar heat gain by up to 65 percent for south-facing windows and 77 percent for west-facing windows.
Exterior awnings can reduce solar heat gain by up to 65 percent for south-facing windows and 77 percent for west-facing windows. Ideal locations: South- and west-facing windows. Best uses: Reducing heat gain in warm weather.
areas with perpetually hot weather. Exterior awnings can reduce solar heat gain by up to 65 percent for south-facing windows and 77 percent for west-facing windows.Ideal locations: South- and west-facing windows.Best uses: Reducing heat gain in warm weather.
Breakers Beach HouseNoel Cross+Architects
turning on lights at nightfall. Notable are the numerous passive solar design elements: careful attention to overhangs and shading devices at South- and West-facing glass to control heat gain, and passive ventilation via high windows in the tower elements, all are significant contributors to the structure’s
shading of south- and west-facing windows through trellises
cool design shading of south and west facing windows thru trellises and towers used for ventilating warm air
Energy plan--shading south and west windows
This house in Santa Cruz, California, exhibits a couple of strategies from the outside: shading of south- and west-facing windows through trellises and towers that are used for ventilating warm air. These linked elements work well with the larger design, which
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North-facing windows admit an even, diffuse light that’s closer to the blue end of the light spectrum. South- and west-facing openings allow large amounts of warmly toned but often high-contrast light. I ADORE the trusses (sissor?)
and coloration of light you’ll receive. North-facing windows admit an even, diffuse light that’s closer to the blue end of the light spectrum. South- and west-facing openings allow large amounts of warmly toned but often high-contrast light. Knowing this, you can allow for a means of modulating it to
and coloration of light you’ll receive. North-facing windows admit an even, diffuse light that’s closer to the blue end of the light spectrum. South- and west-facing openings allow large amounts of warmly toned but often high-contrast light. Knowing this, you can allow for a means of modulating it to
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the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living. Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls, which will better absorb extra heat from the sun when cool, but filter the sun from the same surfaces during warmer months. Also
writes New Mexico landscape designer David Cristiani."Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls, which will better absorb extra heat from the sun when cool, but filter the sun from the same surfaces during warmer months," Cristiani
Woodvalley HouseZiger/Snead Architects
those on the south and west sides. Deciduous trees allow welcome winter sun to filter through the branches once they’re bare.
Create leafy curtains. Place trees where they’ll shield your windows from direct sun, especially those on the south and west sides. Deciduous
Create leafy curtains. Place trees where they’ll shield your windows from direct sun, especially those on the south and west sides. Deciduous trees allow welcome winter sun to filter through the branches once they’re bare.
Create leafy curtains. Place trees where they’ll shield your windows from direct sun, especially those on the south and west sides. Deciduous trees allow welcome winter sun to filter through the branches once they’re bare.
Modern Style Transforms a Vineyard Bungalow Facing south and west, the corner bedroom is perfectly situated to capture the breathtaking Niagara sunsets, rolling thunderstorms and Canada Day fireworks. Being a
Facing south and west, the corner bedroom is perfectly situated to capture the breathtaking Niagara sunsets, rolling thunderstorms and Canada Day fireworks. Being a floor higher completely changes the views on their level plot of land, as distant vistas become framed through wraparound Marvin windows
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Peace lilies prefer shade with some indirect light. A spot 5 to 7 feet away from a south- or west-facing window should provide the right conditions.
Peace lilies prefer shade with some indirect light. A spot 5 to 7 feet away from a south- or west-facing window should provide the right conditions. Yellowing leaves, brown spots or streaks may be signs that the plant is getting too much light; if those occur, move your plant farther from the window
Hill HouseMihaly Slocombe
If you have a large block which fully faces north, maximise glazing on the north side. Minimise windows to the south and west. If the block allows, build a wide shallow house on an east-west axis for maximum solar gain.Step inside this house
ShowhouseEileen Kathryn Boyd Interiors
window shades or blinds is a no-brainer. But light-colored shades tend to be more effective, since they reflect the heat back outside. Close south- and west-facing curtains during the day to further reduce heat. Consider applying window tint too. "You have no idea how incredible the new 3M window film
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efficiency. For instance, in colder climates, you want to take advantage of the sun’s heat during the winter, so plant deciduous trees on the south- and west-facing sides of your home. Homes shaded by trees save 10 to 30 percent in air conditioning costs compared to those without shade.
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