Kevin Daly Architects
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Valley Center House industrial-exterior
 

Valley Center House

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January 12, 2014
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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: Kinetic Architecture
The flanking bedroom wings have their own kinetic skins: bifolding perforated aluminum panels. These panels not only alter the shape of the simple rectilinear structure, but they modulate the sunlight entering the rooms. They provide shade for the exterior space and can be closed when the bedrooms are unoccupied. And, while they appear as solid elements, their perforations allow some light through as well as cooling breezes. When to use: Of all the applications discussed, this solution can be adapted to the widest variety of projects, because of its applied nature. You can apply it to sunshades, light shelves, security devices, privacy elements, freestanding sculptures and wind blocks. Unlike some of the other devices, these movable elements can be used simultaneously in different ways around a structure without feeling overdone. They’re also the most affordable of the bunch.

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Ernest Lopez added this to contemporary exteriors
October 22, 2014
Canopy doors
jkhumbane added this to jkhumbane's ideas
October 20, 2014
container home
silverlilly1 added this to silverlilly1's Ideas
October 16, 2014
And passive solar friendly.
June Arunga Kimani added this to Nanyuki Finishes
September 8, 2014
security
Marinus Venter added this to marinus_venter's Ideas
June 20, 2014
Passive design
brondav added this to Exterior Ideas
April 4, 2014
Enclosed house
Luis Gonzalez added this to Luis_exteriors
March 12, 2014
screens to give each bedroom privacy.
lgioino added this to Galeria
February 16, 2014
Galería en Altura sin columnas
Nickel Properties added this to richardnickelleduc's ideas
January 18, 2014
An awning can come down and block the windows from access on the basement and the main deck levels
defyit added this to defyit's Favorites
January 8, 2014
Want
Kevin Ritchie added this to kevin_ritchie's ideas
January 2, 2014
The flanking bedroom wings have their own kinetic skins: bifolding perforated aluminum panels. These panels not only alter the shape of the simple rectilinear structure, but they modulate the sunlight entering the rooms. They provide shade for the exterior space and can be closed when the bedrooms are unoccupied. And, while they appear as solid elements, their perforations allow some light through as well as cooling breezes. When to use: Of all the applications discussed, this solution can be adapted to the widest variety of projects, because of its applied nature. You can apply it to sunshades, light shelves, security devices, privacy elements, freestanding sculptures and wind blocks. Unlike some of the other devices, these movable elements can be used simultaneously in different ways around a structure without feeling overdone. They’re also the most affordable of the bunch.
elizabetehelenamarques added this to Casas cinéticas
January 2, 2014
The flanking bedroom wings have their own kinetic skins: bifolding perforated aluminum panels. These panels not only alter the shape of the simple rectilinear structure, but they modulate the sunlight entering the rooms. They provide shade for the exterior space and can be closed when the bedrooms are unoccupied. And, while they appear as solid elements, their perforations allow some light through as well as cooling breezes. When to use: Of all the applications discussed, this solution can be adapted to the widest variety of projects, because of its applied nature. You can apply it to sunshades, light shelves, security devices, privacy elements, freestanding sculptures and wind blocks. Unlike some of the other devices, these movable elements can be used simultaneously in different ways around a structure without feeling overdone. They’re also the most affordable of the bunch.
Debo Ajomale added this to industrial (Kinetic) Architecture
December 30, 2013
Glass panelling & architecturally exposed steel elements. Overhead shading panels.
Bijou Properties added this to Hyacinth House
December 29, 2013
kinetic cabanas sunshades
richilb67 added this to richilb67's Ideas
December 28, 2013
perfect
fathemeh added this to fireplace
December 28, 2013
view
mzs134 added this to mzs134's Ideas
December 27, 2013
GREAT SHORE HOME
Susan Gunn added this to susanegunn's ideas
December 26, 2013
The flanking bedroom wings have their own kinetic skins: bifolding perforated aluminum panels. These panels not only alter the shape of the simple rectilinear structure, but they modulate the sunlight entering the rooms. They provide shade for the exterior space and can be closed when the bedrooms are unoccupied. And, while they appear as solid elements, their perforations allow some light through as well as cooling breezes. When to use: Of all the applications discussed, this solution can be adapted to the widest variety of projects, because of its applied nature. You can apply it to sunshades, light shelves, security devices, privacy elements, freestanding sculptures and wind blocks. Unlike some of the other devices, these movable elements can be used simultaneously in different ways around a structure without feeling overdone. They’re also the most affordable of the bunch.
rebecasagrera added this to rebecasagrera's Ideas
December 26, 2013
Me gusta
Nicole Orner added this to Cabin/Getaway/Guest
December 26, 2013
Love the perforated Aluminum screens. They can be used as a firebreak, but also to moderate direct sunlight. I also like the idea that they could be used to allow night breezes into a space while closed for security and privacy.
Zahar added this to eliooo's ideas
December 25, 2013
Protectin
anousos added this to anousos's ideas
December 25, 2013
aluminium house - fire proof
animato added this to Houses general
December 25, 2013
Screens open - very open plan, lots of windows and screens then provide overhang/roof for deck/patio area
loyd001 added this to container house ideas
December 25, 2013
overhead screens are large by residential standards, measuring 10 by 24 feet, but they’re easily controlled by small motors that permit their movement along cantilevered roof beams.
eternalone added this to eternalone's ideas
December 25, 2013
Shop shading
lev3 added this to lev3's ideas
December 25, 2013
4 of 4
abudy8 added this to Home
December 25, 2013
shading
hatlady2 added this to hatlady2's ideas
December 25, 2013
Folding walls
jfiggs added this to jfiggs's Ideas
December 25, 2013
Great ideas!
Nettie Larcombe added this to Scott/nettie house perspective
December 25, 2013
Window coverings
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December 25, 2013
Renewable
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December 25, 2013
top6
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December 24, 2013
screens2
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December 24, 2013
mechanical house
sker66 added this to Sun Shades
December 22, 2013
Interesting Shade
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March 6, 2013
alu
celinegm added this to celinegm's Ideas
January 4, 2013
Auvent
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December 2, 2012
Another sunshade
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