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Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
River Bank
Ideabooks2,450
Questions1
river while maintaining good solar orientation for taking advantage of solar heat gain in the winter and keeping out the hot summer sun. The large roof over
room serves to shade large areas of glass in the summer, while geothermal heat pumps and high levels of insulation help keep it warm and energy efficient
wings bent for views, roof extension for shade/passive solar heating, windows, concrete elements
“Nice” — valiciousness
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Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Stone
Ideabooks6,298
Questions10
of light and are most susceptible to heat loss in colder climates. South-facing windows get the most sun and heat gain throughout the day — something to
factor when placing windows. East-facing windows will get strong light and heat gain in the morning, and you won't have sun streaming into your eyes in the
“sink hardware” — valberman
Capital Building
9 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
Ideabooks9,389
Questions8
minimalist fireplace burns ethanol. "They don't produce an enormous amount of heat but do create a lovely gentle warmth," says Nathan. "Plus, there's no smoke
minimalist fireplace burns ethanol. ‘They don’t produce an enormous amount of heat but do create a lovely gentle warmth,’ says Nathan. ‘Plus, there’s no smoke
“Rug” — mikewalker
Brooklyn Limestone
updated kitchen
Ideabooks37,203
Questions20
Soapstone countertops - resilient and good for heat. A little soft will need to do more research.
always has a honed surface. People who cook love it because it's an excellent heat insulator.
always has a honed surface. People who cook love it because it's an excellent heat insulator.More about soapstone countertops
“Floor” — marshall1531
AMI Designs
7 Reviews
Kitchen - Rustic
Ideabooks9,340
Questions14
do you have radiator/ steam / heat behind the base of the window seat? What type of heat?
Slits in banquette for heat
“Window treatment” — pdushek
Johnson Squared Architecture + Planning
Cala Woods Residence and Studio
Ideabooks1,244
Questions4
the fireplace, but like the idea of incorporating a wood burning stove for heat
wood storage, open ceilings to transfer heat...
Stove fp and heated sides?
“Johnson Squared Architecture + Planning Cala Woods Residence and Studio Ideabooks1,238Questions4 “” — bobbiesumner
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks6,216
Questions6
Mediterranean, South Africa or California, are a sure bet for success. The heat-loving shrubs in the garden above include Mediterranean Spurge (euphorbia)
Euphorbia , tough, will take dry / heat. can look little messy at certain times of the year
Mediterranean, South Africa or California, are a sure bet for success. The heat-loving shrubs in the garden above include Mediterranean Spurge (euphorbia)
“KANGOROO PAWS” — bspotleson
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
Ideabooks9,520
Questions8
pet claws. Another drawback is that this wood expands and contracts with heat and humidity changes, creating openings between the planks that can attract
pet claws. Another drawback is that this wood expands and contracts with heat and humidity changes, creating openings between the planks that can attract
“wow” — jesus33777
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