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Jeni Lee
Open air living in the mountains of Bali
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Open air living in the mountains of Bali
Open-Air Living in the Mountains of Bali
Open Air Beauty in the tropical heat.
open air second story
Open air living...open air concept
“ricardos house” — Estherlina Herrera
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Breakers Beach House
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Living without air conditioning is unimaginable for many people, but given the right design, planning and house orientation, it should be possible to live without the need for mechanical cooling by: •Cutting down on direct sunlight in warm months •Drawing warm air out of the interior •Tightening
towers that are used for ventilating warm air. These linked elements work well with the larger design, which has an organic quality, as if the house has evolved piece by piece over time.
owers that are used for ventilating warm air.
south and west facing windows thru trellises and towers used for ventilating warm air
Air cooling and flowing passively in home
•Tightening the envelope to keep heat from infiltrating •Designing spaces that keep the air cool in the "occupied zone"
“House” — lexie1111
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Windows
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shown in the picture are windows that are higher up and open. The condo is on a hill so the windows catch a breeze and then the higher windows draw the air through, up & out. We take pride in designs that are both functional, sustainable and hopefully aesthetically pleasing!
Large panes for view, with air flow below
bottom of windows open for air intake
Interesting way to get fresh air
The air that's lower to the ground is going to be cooler. So having some awning windows down low that can capture this air will keep the house interior cooler.
where fresh air venting is desired or required. A classically contemporary setup is the large fixed glass panel set above an awning window that is kept low in the wall. This setup allows for expansive, unobstructed views to the outside while making sure that it's possible to get fresh air into the room
“Sunroom” — lmacpherson007
Hammer Architects
5 Reviews
Modern Renovation & Addition, Hingham MA
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groove clapboard siding has a natural stain which can stand up to the sea air and harsh winter climate. The home is well insulated and performs well in summer, too. "This house can really breathe," DiRocco says. "They have air-conditioning, but they rarely have to turn it on."
groove clapboard siding has a natural stain which can stand up to the sea air and harsh winter climate. The home is well insulated and performs well in summer, too. "This house can really breathe," DiRocco says. "They have air-conditioning, but they rarely have to turn it on."
“Siding” — reneeemorales
Jeni Lee
Open air living in the mountains of Bali
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Open air living in the mountains of Bali
Open air...Open air hut...Open air W/ roof...fresh air...Open air house
“Open air W/ roof” — SLR Architecture Inc.
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Copper cladding exterior
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copper panels and fire-treated-wood window frames, for the exterior. " ..."“Even though [the home is] 250 feet above the ocean, the influence of the sea air and salt is prevalent,” she says. The copper will continue to oxidize and provide a protective coating that never needs to be painted. "
Even though [the home is] 250 feet above the ocean, the influence of the sea air and salt is prevalent,” she says. The copper will continue to oxidize and provide a protective coating that never needs to be painted.
for the exterior. The materials had to serve another purpose as well. “Even though [the home is] 250 feet above the ocean, the influence of the sea air and salt is prevalent,” she says. The copper will continue to oxidize and provide a protective coating that never needs to be painted. The porthole
“Facade” — tyronejones09
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Mt. Airy sunroom
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These windows let some air in safely vs sliding door ajar
great. If one can open, that's fine, but if none can open, that's OK too. If not, I will use the utility room for kitchen air flow.
Awning. Pros- Subtle ventilation, simple, brings in fresh air, cannot access from the outside. Cons- you could forget to close it, hard to open and close since they are high up. This would suit an office well, or
Awning Windows in this picture. My dream house would have a greenhouse and a pool room with these windows at the top. In the greenhouse it would provide air filtration and moisture. For the pool room, it would help to get rid of the steam and heat of the pool/hot tub in the colder months and allow for a
“Window wall” — anniepie50
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Modern Cottage Exterior
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the perfect time to assess air-conditioning systems. If you are installing or replacing central air, look for an Energy Star label with a seasonal energy-efficiency ratio (SEER) of 13 or greater, which is the new standard, though older models are still being sold. New window air conditioners are nearly
the perfect time to assess air-conditioning systems. If you are installing or replacing central air, look for an Energy Star label with a seasonal energy-efficiency ratio (SEER) of 13 or greater, which is the new standard, though older models are still being sold. New window air conditioners are nearly
“casa dos meus sonhos” — eugenia_osteopatia
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