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Whitney Lyons
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Eric
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geothermal heated concrete flooring with zero maintenance, Sliding doors provide a seamless transition between the interior and exterior.
Panton chairs and geothermal heated concrete flooring
heated concrete floors, dark window frames
One of the homeowner’s favorite features is the geothermal heated concrete flooring. “There is zero maintenance,
One of the homeowner’s favorite features is the geothermal heated concrete flooring. “There is zero maintenance, so I don’t worry when the kids come inside from the pool and drip on the floors, or when Bradley gets footprints everywhere,” he says. The sliding doors provide a seamless transition between
“heated concrete floor” — dianealameda
modern house architects
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Dining
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Could heating ducts over the top shelves in the kitchen and distribution lines along the walls (behind a fake beam or indirect lighting) provide more ceiling space in the dinning room?
to the patio and the stone work.
the big open doors to the patio
Open area and stone wall on patio. Possible for us?
2 retaining walls? Patio
porte patio qui s'ouvre completement
narrow patio and doors
Patio doors...Doors out to patio...Patio chairs...patio doors
“Vigas” — vbravo
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
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POST AND BEAM AND CONCRETE FLOORS - RADIANT HEAT
An electric system, on the other hand, would be more appropriate for a small area, like a bathroom. Warm Up Your Bathroom With Heated Floors
opposite end, a highly energy-efficient house with an excellent thermal envelope won’t need radiant heating. It would be a cost with an extremely long payback period. Instead of whole-house radiant heating, perhaps consider localized systems in the bathrooms, just to have a nice warm spot for your feet
this is about under floor heating, and it is part of a very interesting article and very good commnents
“floors” — modelbuilder53
Jeni Lee
Inspiring hills home built to maximize efficiency
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great looking patio room. Can't see much, but I do kike the floor.
narrow house- two chairs > couch. stove. radiant heating.
time. If you use the system for cooling as well as heating, make sure to use it in combination with a dehumidifier. Otherwise when the relative humidity in the room increases, you’ll get condensation on the floor. I recommend installing a heat sensor for each room, so that each space has individual
of time. If you use the system for cooling as well as heating, make sure to use it in combination with a dehumidifier. Otherwise when the relative humidity in the room increases, you’ll get condensation on the floor. I recommend installing a heat sensor for each room, so that each space has individual
“Islamic insert in the recessed wall” — arcadiacottage
Johnston Architects
6 Reviews
Modern cabin
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ash left behind, as combustion is so complete. Frequency of use determines how often one has to remove ash. If you use your woodstove as a primary heating source, it will mean daily ash removal, while more casual use will mean less frequent removal. Having an ash pan beneath the stove makes the removal
walls to impede the transfer of heat, the space will quickly heat up. Radiant heat from the fire warms the occupants as well as the air. Having some means of recirculating air from the upper area of a double-height space such as the one shown here will help limit heat stratification.
“Techo doble en sala comedor” — Liss Ixtlilipactzin
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Rustic Canyon Residence
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How a cedar home could be extended to allow for passive heating
Patio as part of kitchen/dining interior
hillside kitchen to patio facing mountains
Sliding glass doors to patio
This massive sliding door lets the patio and the interior become one space when opened.
Wide open to patio...**patio lighting...enclosing of patio...patio door
“dining/dkitchen all open window” — cortedelbayo
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
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system that's constantly running. A “magic box,” as Pratt calls it, in the attic pulls fresh air in while exchanging heat that stays inside. “Stale air goes out; fresh air comes in. The heat energy of the exhaust air is exchanged with that of the incoming air. The volume of air in the house is refreshed
concrete slab to absorb heat. stays cool in summer and warm in winter.
heated floors would make this perfect
house envelope to help regulate the internal temperature. The slab can absorb a lot of heat before warming up, then loses it slowly, helping to regulate the internal temperature. “It says cool in the summer and stores heat in the winter,” Pratt says.It's basically an airtight structure, with a ventilation
“Table” — bitnspur
mtsolem
Kitchen Remodel
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HI! The color is Swiss Coffee from Dunn Edwards. It is considered an off white. Another color I am considering is White Heat from Dunn Edwards. White Heat is in the white family. Also, it is an interior flat.
The color is Swiss Coffee from Dunn Edwards. It is considered an off white. Another color I am considering is White Heat from Dunn Edwards. White Heat is in the white family.
The wall color is Swiss Coffee from Dunn Edwards. It is considered an off white. Another color I am considering is White Heat from Dunn Edwards. It is an interior flat.
“Chairs” — mc2c9
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