139 stormwater Contemporary Home Design Photos

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that a proper conventional asphalt road or driveway should incorporate a stormwater collection and treatment system, which would affect the overall cost.Porous
space to help balance carbon dioxide levels.More: Easy Ways to Manage Stormwater for Lower Bills and a Healthier Earth
treehouseGardner Mohr Architects LLC
including envelope improvements, updated mechanical systems, and on-site stormwater management.
treehouseGardner Mohr Architects LLC
including envelope improvements, updated mechanical systems, and on-site stormwater management.
treehouseGardner Mohr Architects LLC
including envelope improvements, updated mechanical systems, and on-site stormwater management.
skidmore passivhausIn Situ Architecture
grows on the roofs of both the studio and the main house, managing all the stormwater onsite. Solar panels on the taller roof provide enough electricity to
grows on the roofs of both the studio and the main house, managing all the stormwater onsite. Solar panels on the taller roof provide enough electricity to
Eagle RidgeGary Gladwish Architecture
found in the surrounding rocks, tree bark and moss. The roof channels stormwater into a retention pond to help manage erosion on the rocky cliffside.
found in the surrounding rocks, tree bark and moss. The roof channels stormwater into a retention pond to help manage erosion on the rocky cliffside.
found in the surrounding rocks, tree bark and moss. The roof channels stormwater into a retention pond to help manage erosion on the rocky cliffside. Quio
9th Street HouseTom Hurt Architecture
Redirecting stormwater into the ground is a much greener option. Microorganisms in the soil are
“Much stormwater runoff finds its way into nearby rivers and lakes.” — Jen DalleyThis ideabook
Hill HouseMihaly Slocombe
rainwater to permeate through it into the ground rather than flowing into the stormwater system.
Mill Valley CabinsFeldman Architecture, Inc.
roofing system. The slower rate of runoff from a living roof allows more stormwater to percolate into the surrounding soil. A typical roof sheds water at
Diego PerezDiego Perez
Great idea for stormwater management
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