427 Heating Entry Design Photos

Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks913
Questions3
Hi, there's no hearth in this photo. The dark grey panel is actually a hydronic heating radiator (you can see another one in the rear of the photo on the second wall). The yellowish walls are stabilised rammed earth: a bit like concrete
stabilised rammed earth, hydronic heating radiator
Hydronic heating, rammed earth, polished concrete
disassembled then re-milled into floorboards, resulting in natural variation from board to board.Jemima, the golden retriever, sits cosily by a hydronic heating radiator.
“interior pallet” — rufio11
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks16,419
Questions17
ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution, and low/no VOC materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems
not to track dirt indoors. Continuing the war against dust, dirt, pollen and other allergens, the first floor utilizes radiant heat flooring throughout. This kind of heating is a healthy alternative to forced air system because it helps keeps allergens from circulating.
“door” — tkfrank
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
Botkier residence
Ideabooks13,299
Questions15
radiator is hardly noticeable. If you decide to use something other than a high-heat spray paint for your radiator, look into an oil-based paint. Since latex is water-based, it's more likely to peel and crack from the heat.
“brick with light floors and gray accents” — susanwk
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Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks1,077
Questions1
designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru
family, they wanted a different kind of getaway. All too aware of the exorbitant cost of heating a home in New England, they were easily persuaded by architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by the sun. Horowitz is a principal architect at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a
200 square feet; 2 bedrooms plus a sleeping loft, 2 baths plus separate tub room That's interesting: The home consumes one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built to code requirements.
“cedar siding!” — WRCLA
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks11,666
Questions12
Similar to the Niche Modern Solitaire pendant, but not ours. The Solitaire has an opening at the bottom for easy relamping and adequate heat ventilation.
large format tiles for heat shield
you're literally playing with fire. And you know what they say about that!More:Home Building: 8 Ways to Stick to Your BudgetHouzz News: Remodeling Heats UpSpruce Up the House With 50 Clever DIY Ideas
“Tile” — kcwalker12
Arlington Construction Management
17 Reviews
DC Garage to Mudroom Conversion
Ideabooks648
Questions2
great way to disguise heat pump
Like how the heat pump is enclosed and blends in.
“Mudrooms” — lmuzzo
Ohashi Design Studio
6 Reviews
East Bay Hills
Ideabooks1,777
Questions4
radiant heat
radiant heated concrete floor
“Brick fireplace” — jennbrock
Arturo Palombo Architecture
3 Reviews
Barn Restoration in Harding Township, New Jersey
Ideabooks3,279
Questions3
It's a large format, fissured slate tile. We have underfloor radiant heat throughout.
can stand up to damp feet.The wall is covered in semigloss black wainscoting with a natural sisal wall covering over it. There is underfloor radiant heat throughout the barn; the clients and their guests enjoy using the home long after swimming season ends.
“Floor” — jasminmorin
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