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Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Mountain Residences
Ideabooks2,543
Questions3
Recycled-Content Shingle Roof Pros: A growing number of shingles on the market today have recycled content, from those that mimic the look of cedar shakes (like these from EcoStar) to recycled slate-look shingles (like these available at Green Depot)
alternative to pricey slate and sustainable wood, while still offering green benefits like a manufacturer recycling program and a 50-year product life span. Cons: From what I have seen, none of the recycled-content shingles on the market today are available in white, so cooling benefits may not be optimal
Recycled-Content Shingle RoofPros: A growing number of shingles on the market today have recycled content, from those that mimic the look of cedar shakes (like these from EcoStar) to recycled slate-look shingles (like these available at Green Depot). These options provide an appealing lower-cost alternative
“Recycled-content shingle roof. Looks like shake. Acts like composite.” — Parker Murray
OKB Architecture
3 Reviews
Avon Avenue
Ideabooks3,182
Questions2
use of recycled material and the contrast of the studio building to the existing house
Driveway option: Recycled concrete. Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish
Recycled concrete. Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used
“Stepping stones” — mozdoug
halfcuttea.com
The Glass House
Ideabooks5,310
Questions2
Recycled windows, simple design, looks awesome
Talk about light! And recycling! But then there's the building code issue. Maybe if it is less than 8x10?
I like that all the windows are different. Also, they've been recycled.
Recycling, lots of light, inexpensive.
wall of recycled windows
Love the recycled windows...must see!!!
recycled house...recycled materials
“Very cool window house” — bambi2
Travis Price Architects Inc.
6 Reviews
Washington DC Residence
Ideabooks533
Questions0
expense of copper is balanced by the fact that it has the highest recycling rate of any engineered metal. Three-quarters of copper in architectural applications is recycled, matching the rate at which it's extracted. Specifying recycled copper can reduce expense and save on the energy required to mine
expense of copper is balanced by the fact that it has the highest recycling rate of any engineered metal. Three-quarters of copper in architectural applications is recycled, matching the rate at which it's extracted. Specifying recycled copper can reduce expense and save on the energy required to mine
“Cladding” — mimimanoucomo
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Abbotsford Residence
Ideabooks557
Questions2
When Chan and his team at Chan Architecture took on the commission, the family's kitchen and dining room was a lean-to added onto the back of their brick house. They desired a new living, dining and kitchen space that would become, in Chan's words, "the nucleus of the home," so it was clear what needed
When Chan and his team at Chan Architecture took on the commission, the family’s kitchen and dining room was a lean-to added to the back of their brick house. The owners desired a new living, dining and kitchen space that would become, in Chan’s words, “the nucleus of the home”, so it was clear what
shaped to create the most square footage. Chan responded with curves that soften the diagonals that happen in floor plan (the living area and its recycled brick walls on the left) and in roofline (the top-floor master bedroom on the right); he found inspiration in the bullnose profiles of the roofs that
“Big window” — Ironfire Railings
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
5 Reviews
747 Wing House
Ideabooks630
Questions0
house made from recycled airplane parts
Wow, talk about recycle and reuse!
Voluptuous design that balances both the feminine and masculine. Really creative and so well done. And it's recycled - whoohoo!
“airplane wings” — jimmat
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
Ideabooks445
Questions2
This is corrugated galvalume. It is an affordable material that also has some sustainable advantages. It is recyclable, reflective (reduces heat gain), and actually has very minimal contact with the building's sheathing because of the round corrugations (reduces heat transfer).
roof reflective and recycleable- reduces heat transfer
This is corrugated galvalume. It is an affordable material that also has some sustainable advantages. It is recyclable, reflective (reduces
This is corrugated galvalume. It is an affordable material that also has some sustainable advantages. It is recyclable, reflective (reduces heat gain), and actually has very minimal contact with the building's sheathing because of the round corrugations (reduces heat
“planos” — fariasale1
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks1,229
Questions2
hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The Victorian cook was also a terrific recycler and wasted no scrap of food.
hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The Victorian cook was also a terrific recycler and wasted no scrap of food.See how this modern home captures the rain
There are several easy fixes you can pursue, such as low-flow toilets and energy-rated appliances. Harvesting rainwater and using other sources of recycled water are rewarded, as is landscaping that has low irrigation needs (for example, it uses native plants adapted to your climate). For a complete list
“Réservoir d'eau” — Nicole Lafontaine
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