Eduardo Hernandez Ch. Architect / CHK Arquitectura
House by the lake Valle de Bravo ,Mexico.
small spaces. Consider a skylight, solar tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect. Not knowing where the light comes from, we instinctively draw
Consider a skylight, solar tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect.
I like the look of "hiding the light source"
Materials, walls, how it blends into the landscape, hidden light... I could go on and on.
love the palette and the partitions and the natural light
a skylight, solar tube or clerestory window to achieve this effect.This house has been carved into the site’s topography. The hidden light source recalls
perception of space to encompass the source of light outside. It’s a powerful effect.
Hide the light sourceLighting a space from an unseen vantage point does
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platform with lighting and stone highlight
love the outdoor bathroom idea , perfect with an movable room
an intimate outdoor ensuite.MORE10 Ways to Take Your Bathroom OutsideLet the Sun Shine in: How to Brighten your Kitchen With Natural LightLighten and Brighten
candles for an intimate outdoor en suite.Liked this? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.
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Have you always been a bit of a naturalist who enjoys showering or bathing outdoors? Why not wash the day away in a spacious exterior bathtub which is made
environment would require tall fences, good hedges or privacy screens, and an outdoor heater in winter, but this is a real treat for a romantic, pampering spa-like
Outdoor tub instead of a hot tub
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form. • Solar thermal radiant floor heating through-out the house • Heated patio and fireplace for outdoor dining maximizes indoor/outdoor living. The
It’s orientation is thought out to maximize passive solar design and natural ventilations, with solar chimney escaping hot air during summer and heating
is oriented so that all of the rooms can enjoy the outdoor living area which includes Pool, outdoor dinning / bbq and play court. • The flooring used
oriented to take optimum advantage of natural light and cross ventilation. • Maximum use of natural light to cut down electrical cost. • Interior/exterior
opened up with continuous glass windows and doors to maximize the views and light. A new simplified single level deck replaced the old one.
Who makes the lights? Thanks in advance.
we got the lights off of "ylighting.com".. look under bathroom wall sconces... rich
99% of the time we use very simple (solar) roller shades
we may double up..and add black-out shades ...in this instance..only the solar shades were requestd by the owners...bathroom is on second level "in the
answer on the maker of these lights, go to a site like Bellacor.com and look at contemporary fluorescent bathroom lights.
light are from the ylighting web site.. i beleive they are KOVACS .. - cheers
Pretend you're bathing in the great outdoors by painting your bathroom ceiling a pretty sky blue. This particular shade
House on a Stream
never thought of an outdoor bathroom, pretty cool.
the use of the solar light
Slit off light above concrete wall...Outdoor Bathroom...Outdoor concrete shower bunker...indoor/outdoor integration...Outdoor bath
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Be aware that no solar/woven shade above 0% openness will give you total privacy. Just saying
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Make your landscape and views picture you would want to view in each room
Outdoor bathtub...inset lighting
Looks like solar blind. You can make any skylight venting though. Recommended in a bathroom with shower.
believe that was a screen/shade to filter the light coming through the skylight.
love the sky lights and the towel warmer
Nice bathroom with skylights love all the light
Multiple sky lights...natural light in the bathroom...Adding more light?...Light filled bathroom...Sky lights...Lights, shower, and door...the natural light...Sky Light into the Bathroom
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Laidley Street Residence
Below-Grade Transitions (Light Wells) Taking the previous
Again, clean, textures of stone and wood, filtered outside light, green things...
connecting a bathroom to an outdoor shower
interior and exterior space and vertical site development. Here we see an outdoor shower area adjacent to the bathroom. The architect has cleverly used etched
Below-Grade Transitions (Light Wells)Taking the previous idea one step further, this project proves that even the most private of spaces can benefit from
maximizing the vertical space on the site as well as the amount of natural light available to the bathing space.
I like the lighting of the stairway