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Mihaly Slocombe
5 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks1,281
Questions4
clerestory weekends
“Cabinetry and bench” — leahcutler
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Mazama Guest Cabin
Ideabooks2,301
Questions4
place for a weekend get-a-way, with a garage below and compact living space above. The roof is “lifted” by a continuous band of clerestory windows, and
place for a weekend get-a-way, with a garage below and compact living space above. The roof is “lifted” by a continuous band of clerestory windows, and
I like this Clerestory window because i shows that it lets little like in but it doesn't allow people to look in.
you're considering adding clerestory windows for more natural daylight, also consider 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
“The wood tone is too reddish / brown.” — marathon96
Amitzi Architects
house A
Ideabooks7,463
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I love these clerestories. What are their dimensions?
In a sense, all windows here are custom-made. But these clerestory windows are just frameless glass plates which were inserted into U-profiles
clerestory windows show ceiling same inside and out.
Clerestory windows, white walls, wood ceiling, clean lines
This clerestory window, which wraps a corner of a living area in a fairly light and modern residence, gives the impression that the ceiling/roof floats
beyond the plane of the walls means that the light coming in via the clerestories is indirect, giving the room plenty of light without too much heat or
Any space can look and feel like an open, airy loft with the addition of clerestory windows.
“Floors” — dazies
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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
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View through clerestory hall with living room and then screened porch on right, room divider to kitchen on left, study at end of hall. Photograph by David
Clerestory, sloping ceiling, douglas fir with no stain just natural color sealant.
clerestory windows...love beams up by clerestory...clerestory window...Clerestory windows/ post & beam...Triangle window...Clerestory lighting..
“pendants hanging over the railing to the great room...” — karensettlemiller
RWA Architects
1 Review
Dining Room
Ideabooks1,682
Questions6
I love the way clerestory windows let in light and let you see the sky. In the new house, the sight will be very wooded. Clerestory windows will show
Clerestory windows set high on the wall are often protected by roof overhangs, which allow winter sun in but protect the home from summer-sun heat. Retractable
“Built ins” — dave5603
Brenna Barzenick
My earthy, contemporary home
Ideabooks2,215
Questions1
roofline - clerestory not overly modern
Shed roof lower area in front clerestory windows.
with clerestory...Clerestory window...Clerestory windows
“3 windows then angled for kitchen” — mwdpt
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
Ideabooks493
Questions2
Entry side view. One story ranch style house with clerestory light and air monitor in the center. Landscape design by Joni Janecki. Photograph by David
Use of clerestory windows and pergolas for visual interest
ranch style house with clerestory light and air pop up structure
clerestory windows add light and height
“Pergola” — jordanmjavier
BMF CONSTRUCTION
2 Reviews
earthquake cottage renovation
Ideabooks6,150
Questions6
sunlight. Consider installing clerestory windows in unexpected locations for maximum natural daylight. For example, the clerestory windows on this garden shed
If you want to reduce heat, do the reverse: Install clerestory windows on the north side of your home, which will allow natural light
Angled flat roof and clerestory windows
“space above door” — barbrichardson
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