5,639 modern-solar Deck Design Photos

Lorin Hill, Architect
1 Review
Wine Country Modern
Ideabooks2,642
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Rural modern. Solar
modern look to pergola
Wine Country Modern...Wine Country Modern...Solar pergola...modern look...modern pergola
“for arts district” — 1jensen
Pure Style by Jerry Bussanmas
6385 Pommel Place
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Prairie Modern
solar shades...modern design
StoneHorse Design, Inc.
6 Reviews
Blackwood Settlement
Ideabooks26
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rustic modern
solar hot water system
modern farmhouse...modern rustic
“love these chairs” — caseyskelton
NEW THEME Inc.
Green Greenberg Green House
Ideabooks1,155
Questions2
of the solar panels and magnificent entertaining venue
Solar panels that create a shaded area! Love it!
Solar panels on rooftop
Design of solar panel canopy
Solar panel sitting area
solar panel sun shade; columns
pergola with solar panels
solar panels as shading
Solar panels....Too modern?...Solar Pergola...Solar rooftop patio...Solar panel...solar cells on top...Solar panel arbor...Solar panel roof...Solar patio cover
“Solar rooftop patio” — Sheri Silverton
ZeroEnergy Design
11 Reviews
Roofdeck for Bird Watching and Entertaining
Ideabooks444
Questions1
Living green roof at eye level when seated. Roof mounted solar electric offsets energy used in the house. Glass rail preserves the view. | Architecture by ZeroEnergy Design. | www.ZeroEnergy.com | Photos by Michael J Lee.
project -- modern but not aggressively so. Great materials used throughout.
living green roof when seated, unobtrusive solar panels, roof deck, view
Angled solar panels on roof deck
Living roof, another angle, and solar panels. Text reads: Here is another angle of what's just beyond the living roof (you see a bit of it in the bottom left corner). This second story deck has a tree house feel. In a time when some homeowners
leaves, the view really opens up from both the second floor master suite and the roof deck." In a time when some homeowners associations are barring solar panels as unsightly, this home shows how they can be an attractive addition that can save lots of energy and money.
“like the half wood/half window” — jlwain
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
West Dry Creek Residence
Ideabooks554
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Use of passive solar panels to warm the house in chilly weather.
Passive solar -- overhangs and trellises
Passive solar techniques help keep the open home comfortable during weather extremes. Overhangs and a trellis on the southern side of the house shade the living room in summer, and plenty of windows bring in the breeze.
“Outdoor terrace shade” — myberger71
DuChateau Floors
4 Reviews
DuChateau Floors - Terra Collection in Zimbabwe / Horwitz Residence by Minarc
Ideabooks13,126
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DuChateau Floors - Terra Collection in Zimbabwe. The modern dark colors of the collection match both contemporary & traditional interior design • It’s orientation is thought out to maximize passive solar design and natural ventilations, with solar chimney escaping hot air during summer and heating cold
ventilation as do the master sliding window and living room sliders. • Conscious effort in using only materials in their most organic form. • Solar thermal radiant floor heating through-out the house • Heated patio and fireplace for outdoor dining maximizes indoor/outdoor living. The entry living
kids' rooms transform the house itself into a medium for children's artistic expression. • Material contrasts (stone, steal, wood etc.) makes this modern home warm and family
“Deck” — leonmasi
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
1 Wren Residence
Ideabooks271
Questions0
second floors, and a walkway at ground level. Note the solar panels on the top right that are angled to the south. The house has two sets of collectors for the home’s hot water and electricity.
Second-floor terrace and lower patio with view of solar panels
solar thermal panel sticking up, with PV panels lower next to it
to the main house. In between is a deck that is at an intermediate level between the first and second floors, and a walkway at ground level.Note the solar panels on the top right that are angled to the south. The house has two sets of collectors for the home’s hot water and electricity.
“mast” — rahultekade
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