38 photovoltaic Bath Design Photos

Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
High-Performance California Courtyard Home
Ideabooks205
Questions1
Large windows bring daylight and a view to the master bath. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
“mermaid scale tiles, stacked towel rack (hand towel above towel), Orb light” — Ashleigh Jade
Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
2 Reviews
Carver
Ideabooks477
Questions1
A Platinum LEED Certified home, this 2,400 sq. ft. ground-up house features environmentally-conscious materials and systems throughout including photovoltaic panels, finishes and radiant heating. Features of the comfortable family home include a skylight oculus, glass stair-rail panels, wood ceilings
“Floor” — meagandm09
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Los Altos Residence
Ideabooks274
Questions0
top of the line appliances and a more open floor plan than the original home. Sustainable features of this project include bamboo flooring, solar photovoltaic electric generation, solar hydronic hot water heating for the pool and a high efficiency tankless hot water system for the pool/exercise room.
“Transom” — alposas
Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
2 Reviews
22nd
Ideabooks7,225
Questions13
maximizes its corner location with sidewalk-oriented plantings for greening and 180-degree views from all levels. The energy-efficient units feature photovoltaic panels and radiant heating. Custom elements include a steel stair with recycled bamboo treads, metal and glass shelving, and caesarstone and slate
“love the iridescent mosaic lilacy-brown/bronze” — fosoconnor
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks1,404
Questions1
finish tiles add to the dramatic expanse of the residence. The client’s interest in suitability is manifested in numerous locations, which include a photovoltaic array on the cabana roof, a geothermal system, radiant floor heating, and a design which provides natural daylighting and views in every room. Photo
“tiny tiles” — dand893
Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
2 Reviews
Carver
Ideabooks249
Questions0
A Platinum LEED Certified home, this 2,400 sq. ft. ground-up house features environmentally-conscious materials and systems throughout including photovoltaic panels, finishes and radiant heating. Features of the comfortable family home include a skylight oculus, glass stair-rail panels, wood ceilings
“Simple” — brookeltnne32
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks1,401
Questions2
finish tiles add to the dramatic expanse of the residence. The client’s interest in suitability is manifested in numerous locations, which include a photovoltaic array on the cabana roof, a geothermal system, radiant floor heating, and a design which provides natural daylighting and views in every room. Photo
“Simplicity tiling” — Denise Lavigne
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks754
Questions2
finish tiles add to the dramatic expanse of the residence. The client’s interest in suitability is manifested in numerous locations, which include a photovoltaic array on the cabana roof, a geothermal system, radiant floor heating, and a design which provides natural daylighting and views in every room. Photo
“glass door” — Atif Jan
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