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ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks2,788
Questions7
focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems, collectively achieving
the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution, and
traditional architecture. This home includes features such as a passive cooling system (proper shading and the ability to take advantage of natural air movement)
traditional architecture. This home includes features such as a passive cooling system (proper shading and the ability to take advantage of natural air movement)
insulation, high-performance windows, radiant heating, daylighting and passive cooling.
“Front door” — tinad55
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks9,234
Questions7
This whole house is amazing rustic, industrial, and cool!
I kind of think this is cool and different because it's like a barn but it's like modernly designed.
and tight envelope, cisterns, solar panels, geothermal heating and cooling systems, passive ventilation and reclaimed barn wood. “The house isn’t quite
Awesome how cool a meadow and forest
“Barn look garage” — rebecca1818
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks3,829
Questions3
comfortable through all seasons without employing an active heating or cooling system.
the cool wall of the house...cool look of wood...Heating and cooling concrete house
“Nice but hard to envision something like this in McLean” — wangthang
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Modern Exterior
Ideabooks691
Questions2
What did you use for the siding? Cool home!
Cool addition to a 1940's house, also love the pool.
tapping the talents of Susan's father, who installed the heating and cooling systems and the exterior cladding. Andre did all the painting.
“Merging two structures” — Lynn Parman
Authenticity, LLC
16 Reviews
The Barn
Ideabooks153
Questions0
by a geothermal radiant floor system. Cooling uses a whole house fan and a passive air flow system. The passive system is created with the cupola, windows
windows, transoms and passive venting for cooling, rather than a forced air system. Because fresh water is not available from a well nor county water, water
will be collected from a gutter system, go into a series of nine holding tanks and then go through a water filtration system to provide drinking water for
for the home. A greywater system will then recycle water from the sinks and showers to be reused in the toilets. Low-flow fixtures will be used throughout
as a thermal mass for passive climate control. The cooling system relies on a passive airflow system with a chimney effect, created by the cupola, a basement
“Barn” — dmart8890
workshopL
4 Reviews
Diagon Alley Passive House
Ideabooks189
Questions1
Increased insulation lowers loads on heating and cooling systems. This Colorado home, designed using Passive House methods, has R-100
Increasing the amount of insulation will lower the loads on your heating and cooling system. For this Colorado home, which is not off the grid but was designed
cool simple and cool
“COLORADO HOME WITH R100 ROOF, R50 WALL, & R50 FLOOR INSULATION” — Robert Davison Designs
Resolution: 4 Architecture
1 Review
Berkshire House exterior
Ideabooks716
Questions0
Screen Porch o Environmentally Friendly Features: Geothermal Heating/Cooling System Materials: o Exterior: Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Galvalume
Screen Porch oEnvironmentally Friendly Features: Geothermal Heating/Cooling System Materials: oExterior: Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Galvalume
Ipe decking with redwood rails and cable system
This is the Ipe decking with redwood rails and cable system
Geothermal heating & cooling? Roof deck?
“ipe decking” — leonglim
Barlis Wedlick Architects, Hudson River Studio
Hudson Passive Project
Ideabooks1,224
Questions0
comfortable through all seasons without employing an active heating or cooling system.
barn idea, cool window
“passive cabin, a frame” — ccclaman1
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