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Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Exterior - Back
Ideabooks32,982
Questions23
Heat n glo
“Like the look of end for top portion of our house.” — angela27
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks866
Questions2
I live in Florida.What effect will painting a house black on rising tempature withi n a home?
Black will attract the heat and light colors will reflect heat. There is no doubt about that. Regional architecture has certain characteristics that respond to the local enviroment. Light, refelctive colors are more suitable to warm sunny climates such as yours, and is why you would see predominatley
Florida. If the home is insulated well, the heat gain should not necessarilly efect the interior temporature significanlty, but I am not familar with the insualtion requirements in youe area. If the home is not insulated, I would be more concerened about the heat gain. I would be concerned, in either case
“Exterior Color - Miller Paint Formula Match #11NW0590” — svoorhie
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks7,412
Questions7
The building includes materials made of recycled content; it also has a superinsulated and tight envelope, cisterns, solar panels, geothermal heating and cooling systems, passive ventilation and reclaimed barn wood. “The house isn’t quite net zero,” Moger says, “but it’s darn close.”
particular charms. Which is your favorite house style — and why?More: Where Did Your House Get Its Look?
The building includes materials made of recycled content; it also has a superinsulated and tight envelope, cisterns, solar panels, geothermal heating and cooling systems, passive ventilation and reclaimed
d’eau de pluie, de panneaux solaires, d’un système de chauffage géothermique et d’une ventilation passive. « La maison n’est pas à 100 % écologique, explique Matthew Moger, mais on n’en est pas loin. »
“variable dimensions” — freegilly
ON Design Architects
Las Palmas Viejas Courtyard
Ideabooks11,754
Questions2
Why no responses to the questions? we are all in love!
the rental market. This will help home values from falling further and perhaps encourage new construction starts.More building trends: Remodeling heats up in 2012
The street n widows
“european look-bricks streets” — lmtcct
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Breakers Beach House
Ideabooks3,678
Questions3
Notable are the numerous passive solar design elements: careful attention to overhangs and shading devices at South- and West-facing glass to control heat gain, and passive ventilation via high windows in the tower elements, all are significant contributors to the structure’s energy efficiency. Commodity
4. Embrace the traditional. Some traditional design strikes my fancy, though I'm often at a loss as to why. Perhaps it's design that isn't self-conscious about being traditional. Whatever the case, the buildings that strike my fancy, whatever their style,
“fence” — rmalarkey17
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks967
Questions1
This fireplace is a Heat'n'Glow Twilight Fireplace. Check out there website for more information: http://www.heatnglo.com/
indoor/outdoor Twilight Heat & Glo
“Light” — cdowhanbailey
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
Ideabooks813
Questions1
fumes inherent with painting do not affect those living spaces. Further, the cutting of the project into three volumes also allows Auberty to zone the heating and cooling, turning it off entirely or making one space warmer or cooler.
fumes inherent with painting do not affect those living spaces. Further, the cutting of the project into three volumes also allows Auberty to zone the heating and cooling, turning it off entirely or making one space warmer or cooler. Sliding doors on both sides of the breezeway allow Auberty to unify the
Following the vertebrae analogy, the project is separated into three enclosed areas: main suite, studio and guest cabana. But why? The answer is in what lies in the middle: the studio. By removing the main suite and guest cabana from the studio via two open spaces (not just walls)
“fire place in peek through for gathering when it rains” — slee8989
LA Home Builders
5 Reviews
LA Homebuilders
Ideabooks43
Questions0
Heat-n-glo fireplace
“Fireplace / TV” — wzuerlein
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