3,888 Sun Exterior Design Photos

Mohler + Ghillino Architects
19 Reviews
Indigo Lane House
Ideabooks1,726
Questions1
the oh-so-valuable rays of the sun, the ideal plan for a house is a linear one with living spaces oriented to the south (in the northern hemisphere; to the north in the southern hemisphere). It's then good practice to place deciduous trees on the same side, so the sun is filtered in the hot summer months
months the sun can penetrate to the house's interior.
the oh-so-valuable rays of the sun, the ideal plan for a house is a linear one with living spaces oriented to the south (in the northern hemisphere; to the north in the southern hemisphere). It's then good practice to place deciduous trees on the same side, so the sun is filtered in the hot summer months
months, but with the leaves off the trees in colder months the sun can penetrate to the house's interior. This house near Seattle, designed by Mohler + Ghillino Architects, opens up toward the sun, but it also takes advantage of fir trees to the north to block cold winds in the winter.
“simple gatherings” — dreamtobuild52
Vicente Burin Architects
Vicente Burin Architects
Ideabooks5,181
Questions4
tell me where you purchased the steel and what is the precise color? Do you think that a little darker would do? Does your steel shines a lot with the sun or is it mate? Thank you so much
My sun room! Make a sun deck on top w French doors giving on to Living Room, etc.
Sun porch with standing seam metal roof
“All” — dc161306
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Ideabooks15,568
Questions8
features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and snow protection; and metal siding for maximum durability. Sustainable interior finish materials include bamboo/plywood cabinets, linoleum floors
overhang to block sun - gets pretty contemporary looking pretty fast to have that 28" overhang required to block highest (May, June, July) sun angle
protects the house from sun, yes, but also from the Midwest's heavy snow.The Department of Energy has some region-specific recommendations for roof overhangs: For cold climates, at base 65 degrees Fahrenheit, locate the shadow line at midwindow using the June 21 (summer solstice) sun angle.For moderate climates
“Colors of house window soffit” — janetcarrie
Seattle Area Home Stager
Rosichelli Design provides residential staging by "setting the scene" in ways that help prospective buyers emotionally connect with a home through color, furniture, and art.
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FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks8,928
Questions8
features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and rain protection; metal siding (recycled steel) for maximum durability, and a heat pump mechanical system for maximum energy efficiency. Sustainable
with large overhangs for sun and rain protection and metal siding (recycled steel) for maximum durability.A home's skin degrades more quickly and requires maintenance if the sun blasts any surface save rock or stucco. Painting is needed much more frequently wherever the sun has protracted contact with
plastic surfaces have their colors impacted by the sun. Natural wood left raw — whether roofing or siding — degrades in the sun, often becoming brittle enough to erode and almost always becoming discolored. Tile and slate roofs are fairly impervious to the sun's impact but are very costly. Painted aluminum
“Window river” — adelou1
Steve Domoney Architecture
Pool
Ideabooks2,189
Questions3
Brise- soleil. Bree-so-lay. Sun block. Inspired by Le Corbusier.
location is on the exterior, it blocks the heat from the sun's rays before they even hit the glass and enter the interior space, keeping your home cooler.
heavy lifting of blocking out unwanted heat gain as interior blinds or curtains. Yet since the location is on the exterior, it blocks the heat from the sun's rays before they even hit the glass and enter the interior space, keeping your home cooler.
“vertical lines, screening from sun - would this be sufficient for the west side?” — emmemme
Period Architecture Ltd.
23 Reviews
Renovation | Chestnut Hill, PA
Ideabooks3,615
Questions2
Roof of sun room might look
Enclosed westside of house sun room?
masonry and sun room
Stone and sun room...Sun room...I love the sun room...Sun porch...Enclosed sun porch...Windows sun porch
“sunroom” — ang5824
George Clemens Architecture, INC
6 Reviews
European Farmhouse
Ideabooks12,147
Questions2
The sun room different color as the house
I like this for the sun side of the garden shed.
Black contrast sun room
sun room painted black
Sun room in contrasting color
For back sun room exterior
sun room
“Glassed in patio good for dogs” — carolecld
Barlis Wedlick Architects, Hudson River Studio
Hudson Passive Project
Ideabooks811
Questions0
In the winter passive solar design takes as much heat as possible from the sun. This means orienting the house toward the sun’s path and making sure that the winter sun’s low angle is able to penetrate as much of the inside of the home as possible.Learn more about this Passive House
“totalno zanimljivo-gogi izgleda kao brod” — Jadranka Osrečak
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