17,610 cross ventilation Home Design Photos

SPACEstudio
Possum Creek House
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home’s living areas with the sun in mind. “The combined sitting-dining-cooking room has long elevations facing north and south for plentiful cross ventilation and daylight,” Aldridge says. The floor is travertine tiling that continues outside to form the plinth that meets the landscape. The 14½-foot-wide
home’s living areas with the sun in mind. “The combined sitting/dining/cooking room has long elevations facing north and south for plentiful cross ventilation and daylight,” Aldridge says. The floor is travertine tiling that continues outside to form the plinth that meets the landscape. The 4.5-metre-wide
home’s living areas with the sun in mind. “The combined sitting-dining-cooking room has long elevations facing north and south for plentiful cross ventilation and daylight,” Aldridge says. The floor is travertine tiling that continues outside to form the plinth that meets the landscape. The 14½-foot-wide
“Great room that opens up to outdoors with sliding door” — emilylherrick
Jeni Lee
living room
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Louvres provide cross ventilation to the living areas. Photo by Jeni Lee © 2012 Houzz
for cross ventilation. Sam bought this couch on sale — it was originally a lime green, and he had it re-covered in gray felt.Monkey: Raw Space
Large north-facing windows and glass doors in the living room area maximise natural light. The space makes good use of louvres for cross ventilation. Sam
“The fabric on the couch” — chewie2007
Centrala
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Keret House
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The front and rear facades are made of translucent 20-millimeter-thick (.8 inches) polycarbonate, with two functional windows for cross ventilation. Although the narrow space could've quickly become gloomy, the white side panels and polycarbonate facade allow for plenty of light.
The front and rear facades are made of translucent 20-millimetre-thick polycarbonate, with two functional windows for cross ventilation. Although the narrow space could’ve quickly become gloomy, the white side panels and polycarbonate facade allow for plenty of light.
“narrow house 8” — Q6 Design
Oasis Architecture
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Edgemont Road House, Montclair, NJ
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dormer clerestory windows add scale and depth to the design. Windows on three sides of the room add to the sense of light and air, and offer cross ventilation and rear yard views in many directions. Photo: Greg Martz
dormer clerestory windows add scale and depth to the design. Windows on three sides of the room add to the sense of light and air, and offer cross ventilation and rear yard views in many directions.
“Tv” — suzie172
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Kitchen
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from the kitchen and installed recycled chalkboard countertops on some great new cabinets by Kerf design. New aluminum windows added much needed cross ventilation while complementing the existing architecture. New appliances, lighting and flooring rounded out the remodel. Photos by Kerf
cross ventilation
“Eubanks” — Symmetry Designs
Sutton Suzuki Architects
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Hillside Residence
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strategically placed for cross ventilation and on most sunny
“sliding doors” — benmccollum
palaestra
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patonga
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cross ventilated
“stairs” — cinthya7374
Modern Kitchen
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Clerestory windows that open for cross-ventilation
10. Let the air flowWindow placement is all-important in a passive solar house. As well as maximum solar gain, ventilation needs to be considered. High windows that can be opened on a hot summer day allow a pleasant cross breeze. As heat rises, excess
“Cool” — fusc89
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