5,261 passive heating system Home Design Photos

Lee Edwards - residential design
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Green Cubed Modern Exterior Photos
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with the Vaproshield house wrap system. It seems a little counterintuitive to spend so much effort to 'close' a system designed around being open. Not
Passive heating system, new house built on site of old one, rain water collection system, etc
“Horizontal hardie panels” — jwoloshyn
sagemodern
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Martis Camp #246
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Earth Sheltered energy-efficient passive solar heating system
“Prefab” — Deltha Shell
ZeroEnergy Design
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Passive House Retreat
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d structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home
exorbitant cost of heating a home in New England, they were easily persuaded by architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by
structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes...More “Style” — madisonlutz
Passive House Retreat, New England, Zero Energy DesignThis is an elegant house carefully designed to low-energy passive standards. It has
Passive design makes the most of the sun; the house is oriented so that specially glazed, high-performance windows face south. With a tight envelope, the
Passive solar house in New England
“siding, environmental features” — Byron Kurogi
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Hammer & Hand
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Karuna Passive House
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Karuna Passive House designed by Holst Architecture and built by Hammer & Hand. This high performance home meets the world's most demanding green building
built to the Passive House standard is one that remains comfortable through all seasons without employing an active heating or cooling system.
was designed with passive solar principles” means the orientation of the house and the placement of windows have been used to gain heat through natural daylight
advantage of the solar heat streaming through a window is actively saving energy. Taking it a step further, and into the realm of the Passive House building standard
.”“This house is a certified Passive House” means that in addition to the house’s being designed and built to the Passive House standard, it has successfully
“Clean lines” — miadonna2001
Barlis Wedlick Architects, Hudson River Studio
Hudson Passive Project
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employing an active heating or cooling system.
In the winter passive solar design takes as much heat as possible from the sun. This means orienting the
passive solar orientation with south gable open to low
A home built to the Passive House standard is one that remains comfortable through all seasons without employing
In the winter passive solar design takes as much heat as possible from the sun. This means orienting the house toward the sun’s path and making sure that
penetrate as much of the inside of the home as possible.Learn more about this Passive House
“passive cabin, a frame” — ccclaman1
Ceres Greenhouse Solutions
3 Reviews
Attached greenhouse & studio
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raised garden beds, polycarbonate roofing, automated vents, and passive heating / cooling system.
“hazy glass for windows. lots of light not directly” — cvanyzer
Ceres Greenhouse Solutions
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Greenhouse Retreat
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raised garden beds, polycarbonate roofing, automated vents, and passive heating / cooling system.
“Lean to greenhouse” — jankmartin
Arkin Tilt Architects
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Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
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the energy we do use is going toward heating water. In fact, in a Passive House and many LEED-certified houses, heating water for residential use is the primary
hydronic radiant heating system), through an indirect circulation system. I am only going to talk about indirect circulation systems here for a few reasons
reasons. Indirect systems use a special fluid in the actual solar thermal panel. This fluid heats up and then passes through a heat exchanger, transferring
can help you estimate initial costs and the payback of a solar water heating system. In the U.S. also check DSIRE, a database of state and national incentives
for the mechanical room (where the tanks and systems are stored), the installation of a solar hot water system and its components shouldn’t take much more
“Smaller modern” — klrkrzy784
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