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Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
View of living room from upper level entry.
The home is very energy efficient. It has radiant-heat flooring, and the open core allows the heat to rise through the house in a chimney-like effect. Along with the exterior sunshades, solar shades on the windows mitigate the solar gain.The fireplace is propane, as natural gas is not available on the
Scott Cornelius Architect
Scott Cornelius Architect, PC
Sometimes you don't need to heat the whole house to stay warm; you simply need to heat certain areas. The bathroom is an area that I like to keep warm. Installing a towel heater so that my towels are warm when I get out of the shower sounds like a great idea!
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Roberts Creek House
interior with its yard.An efficient furnace, on-demand hot water and in-slab heating help keep the house warm in winter. However, strategic window placement and the insulated thermal mass of the concrete floor mean heating is rarely needed.
The Solar House
use of glass. But Keck did realize the benefits of solar heating, which led him to develop houses in the next decade with more selective glazing. With so much single-pane glass, the House of Tomorrow would overheat during the day and lose heat at night, something that did not discourage Mies van der
The Provence home of Chantal and Harry
of the property, with views over the neighboring farm and its recently planted 300 truffle oak trees.Despite splurging on a geothermal system for heating and cooling, the remodeling was finished on budget and without any major setbacks.
of the property, with views over the neighbouring farm and its recently planted 300 truffle oak trees.Despite splurging on a geothermal system for heating and cooling, the makeover was finished on budget and without any major setbacks.
The Solar House
Keck would continue to work for Sloan, incorporating new materials and technologies (triple-pane glazing to reduce heat loss from inside to outside at night, radiant heating etc.) in a 24-house subdivision they called Solar Park. Keck had also developed operable and insulated louvers that were often
Lower North Shore
concealing the staircase from the exterior screens the house from the Australian heat while also letting natural light in.
The shaded glass concealing the staircase from the exterior screens the house from the sun’s heat while also letting in natural light.
Black N White House
Black and White
leanings. "Everything has its place," says Goh. The wood shutters usually stay closed during the day to prevent the glaring sunlight from heating the room. Singapore's heat and humidity leads most residents to invest in central air conditioning; Goh's clients are no exception.