42 Heat & Glo Escape Exterior Design Photos

Resolution: 4 Architecture
Vermont Cabin exterior
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Steel, Custom Baltic Birch Bench Project Description: Isolated in the Green Mountain National Forest of Vermont, this 1,650 sf prefab home is an escape for a retired Brooklyn couple. With no electric or cell phone service, this ‘Off-the-Grid’ home functions as the common gathering space for the couple
Media Room, Outdoor Fireplace, Outdoor Stone Terrace o Environmentally Friendly Features: Off Grid Home, 3kW Solar Photovoltaic System, Radiant Floor Heat Materials: o Exterior: Corrugated Metal Siding, Cedar Siding, Ipe Wood Decking, Cement Board Panels o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Ceasarstone Countertops
an ‘L’, creating an outdoor terrace to capture the western sun and to enjoy the exterior fireplace which is clad in cement board panels, and radiates heat during the cool summer evenings. Just inside, is the expansive kitchen, living, and dining areas, perfect for preparing meals for their guests. This
“cement board and corrugated metal. off grid solar” — wildabeast4
RMT Architects
8 Reviews
Diamond Star Ranch
Ideabooks189
Questions0
Love the idea of a large heated pool/hot tub in the middle of somewhere cold.
Amazing ranch escape!
heated walk
“shutters” — Daniel Huneault
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Vermont Cabin exterior
Ideabooks2,123
Questions3
Steel, Custom Baltic Birch Bench Project Description: Isolated in the Green Mountain National Forest of Vermont, this 1,650 sf prefab home is an escape for a retired Brooklyn couple. With no electric or cell phone service, this ‘Off-the-Grid’ home functions as the common gathering space for the couple
Media Room, Outdoor Fireplace, Outdoor Stone Terrace o Environmentally Friendly Features: Off Grid Home, 3kW Solar Photovoltaic System, Radiant Floor Heat Materials: o Exterior: Corrugated Metal Siding, Cedar Siding, Ipe Wood Decking, Cement Board Panels o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Ceasarstone Countertops
an ‘L’, creating an outdoor terrace to capture the western sun and to enjoy the exterior fireplace which is clad in cement board panels, and radiates heat during the cool summer evenings. Just inside, is the expansive kitchen, living, and dining areas, perfect for preparing meals for their guests. This
“nice wood around windows” — ag3nt0rang3
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Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Exterior - Back
Ideabooks32,671
Questions23
Heat n glo
“Windows” — Lynne Glover-Moug
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
21 Reviews
Elk Ridge Lodge
Ideabooks4,427
Questions3
Awesome winter escape
Heating element on the edge
“front entrance” — johnalcock
DuChateau Floors
2 Reviews
DuChateau Floors - Terra Collection in Zimbabwe / Horwitz Residence by Minarc
Ideabooks12,719
Questions5
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 air during winter eliminated the need for mechanical air handling. • Simple Eco-conscious design that is focused on functionality
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 room has glass to both sides to further connect
“gusta” — tamarugo construcciones
William Johnson Architect
11 Reviews
LEED Platinum Certified Residence
Ideabooks5,418
Questions4
opportunities for thermal bridges, which are points in the building’s envelope or skin that make it easy for heat to escape in winter and enter in summer. To keep costs down for construction, heating and cooling, a small, compact footprint usually exhibits the best conservation practices. Still, you will
“Cabin green” — lscott2013
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
4 Reviews
Camas Prairie House
Ideabooks549
Questions1
interior damage.If you live where it snows, think about the water your house will make from that snow. Unless your home is superinsulated, the heat escaping from it will melt some of the snow before the sun does. When that melted snow reaches overhangs that are colder, it can freeze and create ice damming
“Musu vila” — voruna
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