46,405 Thermal comfort Home Design Photos

Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
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a clear continuum in our work," says Erdos. "We pushed for maximum thermal comfort with minimal ongoing energy use."
a clear continuum in our work," says Erdos. "We pushed for maximum thermal comfort with minimal ongoing energy use."
“Recycled brick, decomposed granite, hardwood pergola.” — anncat
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
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stove. I love it; fantastic design to utilize the space for the greatest comfort of heat in a cold climate in winter.
major living spaces. Why: You’ll save energy while increasing your thermal comfort. It’s a good project for you if: You’re doing a whole-house energy
energy retrofit on a house that is occupied continuously and has a decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house has poor or standard
beanbags. casual a nd comfortable. not stuffy and formal
standard energy efficiency, radiant heating may not ever provide you with real comfort. If your house is particularly well insulated, you may never get a return
or major living spaces.Why: You’ll save energy while increasing your thermal comfort.It’s a good project for you if: You’re doing a whole-house energy retrofit
“M” — Lindsay Cottone
Philip Stejskal Architecture
5 Reviews
BELLEVUE TERRACE ADDITIONS
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This is a design that allows the user to control the level of thermal comfort. Part of the success of this design is the degree of flexibility that the
“seating bench” — schemnz
Mountford Architects
1 Review
Sussex St
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Thermal comfort
Mountford Architects
1 Review
Sussex St
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Thermal comfort
Mountford Architects
1 Review
Sussex St
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Thermal comfort
Mountford Architects
1 Review
Sussex St
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Thermal comfort
Swell Homes
14 Reviews
Mewstone Polished Conc & reverse brick veneer
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Thermal mass Materials with thermal mass are dense and can store heat within and include concrete, masonry,
rammed earth. The capturing of heat in thermal mass is best suited to regions with sunny days and cold nights. The thermal mass acts as a heat bank, storing
Thermal mass Materials with thermal mass are dense and can store heat within and include concrete
7. Thermal massMaterials with thermal mass are dense and can store heat within and include concrete, masonry, stone and rammed earth. The capturing of
of heat in thermal mass is best suited to regions with sunny days and cold nights. The thermal mass acts as a heat bank, storing the warmth from the sun
Homes, utilises reverse brick veneer (RBV) and an exposed concrete slab for thermal mass. RBV is where the inside wall is brick and the outside is clad in another
“Floor” — Cattanach kitchens
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