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4 extensive green roof modules Contemporary Entry Design Photos
Giulietti Schouten Architects
van Adelsberg Grant Art Studio
Extension idea. Individual studio. Rather cool
door opening with right side extension to block elements or create privacy
lime green mini plants with the tree...pitched roof...green moss in box...Another idea for side extension
Francesco Pierazzi Architects
Ambergate Street, extension and renovation
street in Kennington, the use of light in its varied forms is adopted to modulate the space and create a brand new dwelling, adapted to modern living standards
natural slate tiles and with a wide sliding window, is inserted in the rear roof slope to accommodate a bedroom and a bathroom. A new relationship can eventually
balustrade that doubles as a bench seat; this allows the landing to become an extension of the kitchen/dining area - rather than being merely circulation space
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
HVAC, communication, audio, video, or security. We developed a planning module based on a 6-foot square room size and a 6-foot wide connector called an
exterior materials include stone, ipe wood siding and decking, and concrete roof pavers. Design is based on a 2' planning grid to minimize construction waste
insulated. FSC-certified walnut wood flooring was used. Light colored concrete roof pavers to reduce cooling loads by as much as 15%. 2x6 framing allows for
the trees and hard-scapes, all centered on a suburban one-acre lot. Many green attributes were designed into the home; Ipe wood sunscreens and window shades
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house. The clients chose to remodel using green building techniques such as: -Reused/Recycled: Due to extensive flood damage that had created a mold festering
order to reduce the waste leaving the site, all salvageable material, such as roof tiles, plumbing fixtures and bricks, was reused or donated. -Energy Efficiency:
that enters the storm drain system all storm water is conducted from the roof to an informal rain garden. A native garden is being planned.