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Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks3,077
Questions1
of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night
“contemp” — crigler2
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Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks5,188
Questions6
of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night
“Stacked stone” — ddises01
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks7,791
Questions10
of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night
“Wood floors” — carolethor
GEORGE Interior Design
5 Reviews
Strand House
Ideabooks3,138
Questions6
ELECTRIC SHADES? Meanwhile, an oceanfront setting and large arched shapes demand an inventive solution for the California living room shown here. Each shade panel rolls up by remote control into a custom-designed pocket to hide and allow unobstructed views. The problem of covering the unusually
sunlight (and heat) enters the interior and privacy is compromised. What to ConsiderPanels: In the first photo, fabric panels on a concealed track complement the contemporary theme of the bedroom. Several manufacturers provide these systems in materials similar to those used for vertical blinds. The cost can
“drapes” — beachn13
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2001 showcase
Ideabooks58,218
Questions16
with an electric insert, not a ventless gas one. It's far safer because it doesn't use gas, it has a fake flame, and doesn't heat up to the touch (for most brands). Also you can enjoy a realistic looking flame WITHOUT heat, so it's great all year round. As for a mantel, while this one is very ornate it's
“Match the kitchen wall and house” — hickers71
Venegas and Company
10 Reviews
Sudbury Kitchen
Ideabooks94,113
Questions33
about the heat from the oven affecting the function of the tv?
noise and heat from these units when deciding where to put them. :) Rhoda http://www.billfryconstruction.com/
Double Electric Wall Oven
“Tv” — Kathy Wackerle
Martina Williams
Culshaw Bell, Complete Kitchenette
Ideabooks48,375
Questions17
induction heat on that picture ? I see a microwave, is it also a regular induction oven ?
everything. Electrical boxes are enclosed in a wall. That's not a problem. Don't see why this would be.
induction heat. This setup is perfect for a loft, a guesthouse or office space.
“Mini m” — msyetkin
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
California Sustainable Home
Ideabooks21,366
Questions11
expensive to heat. Within sight of people inside the house. I could be longer.
solar-heated pool, decking and low-maintenance landscaping. In sunny Southern California, the solar panels on the butterfly roof can be counted on to provide most of the home's required energy, although the house can draw from the local electrical grid if needed.
“Everything” — Emelita Gonzalez
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