75 mississippi recovery office Home Design Photos

Beard + Riser Architects
exterior view from rear
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it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection, even
it is used selectively for walls or roofs. This house in Spring Hill, Mississippi by architects John Beard and Dale Riser exhibits this predilection, even
les murs, soit pour le toit. Cette habitation, située à Spring Hill au Mississippi, a été imaginée par les architectes John Beard et Dale Riser. Elle présente
“corragated panels” — suzihu
Princeton Architectural Press
From the Ground Up
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Left: R-House, Architecture Research Office (ARO) and Della Valle Bernheimer Right: TED House, Onion Flats Syracuse, NY Photo: Richard Barnes, courtesy
e goals; like BedZED, passive houses use very tight envelopes and heat-recovery units. The house on the right, named TED, is one story taller than its
Discovering a New EfficiencyR House, Syracuse (2011), Architecture Research Office and TED by Onion Flats. These two houses share only a similar scale and
“Red Exterior styling looks good” — athex
ZeroEnergy Design
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Concord Green Home
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air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution
How high is the peak of the ceiling? Love the bonus space/office idea
make upstairs office and downstairs waiting area wit sofa bed.
This room is another flexible space that can be used as a studio, home office, exercise room, playroom or extra bedroom. All of the mechanical necessities
“Office and craft room” — tdwojcik
ZeroEnergy Design
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Concord Green Home
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air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution
is called is quite charming. It could be used as a reading nook or a home office-love the map covering the wall.
better, but sliding barn doors have crossbuck and glass- could be neat for office
Home office. This homeowner wanted to celebrate the coast from her landlocked town via nautical charts on the walls and this sailboat, can be viewed from
provide multiple uses within the floor plan. While a current owner needs an office, this room also connects to a full, ADA-accessible bath and can serve as
“Idea for back of bookshelves -- charts!” — kcarroll68
Meditch Murphey Architects
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Trees on the Roof
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geothermal system brings radiant heating and central air to the home. A total recovery ventilator also maintains air quality during oppressive humid, muggy spells
geothermal system brings radiant heating and central air to the home. A total recovery ventilator also maintains air quality during oppressive humid, muggy spells
“reminder to self NEVER design a living room WASTE of space, better larger enclosed cozy porch with o” — anthonywever
Gerald D. Cowart, AIA, LEED AP
11 Reviews
Stephanie's Cottage
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the negative effects of disturbance to river eco systems that the river recovery process has.
Hickory chair. I think the fabric is also theirs. The floors are river recovery heart pine. Available at any recycled wood dealer in your area. The house
Living room office
“Woden door for our upstairs hallway?” — Celine Beaulieu
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Philadelphia Penthouse Apartment
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Interesting way to have stayed behind office facing out
Artful material recovery...Office wall...Office look?
“Mac computer” — Bryce O'Neill
brett zamore design
Greer Residence
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homeowners’ being tighter with their expenses during the slow economic recovery, or they’ve racked up more equity in their homes and refinanced at a superlow
could be jim's office...added loft room for office/guests...Loft for office/guest room?...OFFICE/STUDIO/2ND BEDROOM...Lovely office space
“Perfect attic plan” — Patti Heartsill
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