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TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Oak Knoll Transformation
Ideabooks14,893
Questions12
You can check out more images on our website http://www.tea2architects.com/addrenov/add29.htm
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“Balcony” — carla1501
Convertible Courtyards House
Ideabooks883
Questions0
the guttering, hanging plants on pulley system and smart roof system
Creative gutters/rain barrel, planters on pulley system
Rain Water Collection System
nice gutter system...Water system...rain water system...Drainage system
“Rain garden” — stephaniecdecker
Peter Vincent Architects
Dune Circle Oceanfront Residence
Ideabooks624
Questions2
about Universal Design in bathrooms: 741559 The No-Threshold Shower: Accessibility with Style 1562246 Houzzers Say: Dream Features for the Bath and Closet 1061289 Bathroom Safety Features that Support Your Style 2504909 Doorless Showers Open a World of Possibilities 4492518 How to Design and Accessible
baths 3.) National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Enter "Universal Design" in the search box. 4.) www.ergonomics.about.com/od/kitchen/qt/Galley_design.htm
“windows verandas” — lesliehidley
Daly Genik
Venice House
Ideabooks1,189
Questions1
Hi whittkid, we have them in red and powder blue http://www.exclusivemod.com/Retro_Rocker_Arm_ABS_Frame_p/ex2013-2.htm
screen system
“Screens” — Aaron Wilson
Ellen Kennon
Exterior of Mon Soleil (cabin in the woods)
Ideabooks1,527
Questions1
From me. It is carved limestone. Can make in any size. http://www.ellenkennon.com/ekdesign.htm
When I finally get "architecture" out of my system, I want to die in a house like this.
“siding and color on cabin” — scofk01
Jace Architecture
West Portal Private Residence
Ideabooks2,429
Questions2
Wood as part of shading system balances the concrete modern look of the house.
Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is by blocking the sun’s rays from ever reaching
houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is by blocking the sun’s rays from ever reaching the windows.
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer
Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is by blocking the sun’s rays from ever reaching the windows.
“L awning” — gloria11235
TaC studios, architects
4 Reviews
765 studio/residence, a modern residence in Atlanta, Georgia
Ideabooks3,693
Questions7
I cannot send plans. The large mass that you see on the second floor is the master bedroom and the master closet. As you go in the other direction you have the master bath then a guest bedroom. From the other projection forward is currently a studio/office, it can be converted to two additional bedrooms
The siding is Nichiha, a product that is made in Georgia. It’s composed of very dense fiber-cement panels mounted on a rain screen system. The panels come already finished with color and texture.
Nichiha fiber cement panels mounted on a rain screen system. Made in Georgia with finished color & texture
along the house.The siding is Nichiha, a product that is made in Georgia. It’s composed of very dense fiber-cement panels mounted on a rain screen system. The panels come already finished with color and texture.
“cement voard color” — deniseluis
ZeroEnergy Design
11 Reviews
Living Green Roof with Solar Panels
Ideabooks1,758
Questions2
The solar electric system is set on a flat roof with an angled racking system, and has two rows of panel set behind each other, for a total of approximately 2.5kW. Initial estimates put the production at about on third of the homes requirements, but it has actually been producing closer to half. Also
Outdoor Kitchen, Open Porch, Home Office, Bamboo Flooring, Custom Kitchen, Deep Soaking Tub Grid-tied Solar Electric System, Solar Hot Water System Plumbed, Radiant Floors, Hydro Air System, Energy Recovery Ventilator, Open & Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation, Rigid Insulation, ENERGY STAR Certified HERS
angled racking system, and has two rows of panel set behind each other, for a total of approximately 2.5kW. Initial estimates put the production at about on third of the homes requirements, but it has actually been producing closer to half. Also on the roof are 2 solar thermal” “The hybrid system by LiveRoof
“low maintenance plantings, prairie-style” — catinapot
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