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ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
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structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
side harnesses energy from the sun in the winter through specially glazed, high-performance windows and doors by Schuco. Cedar siding will weather naturally into a silvery gray.
architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by the sun. Horowitz is a principal architect at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a firm that specializes in energy-efficient architecture. "My clients wanted a home that was small, affordable, low maintenance and durable," she says. Thus
“untreated cedar” — trac111
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
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structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
ZED zero energy design firm--designs passive and energy efficient homes
accent! (looks like red barn from the side =) Is this cement board? There's several things we like about this house - "Passive House Retreat" by ZeroEnergy Design.
Modern, energy efficient interpretaton of barn
2. Rhode Island ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) used traditional agrarian aesthetics for inspiration and passive technologies in the execution of this charming and contemporary country
“simple design 2” — virginiaelt
Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks22,358
Questions12
house a feng shui makeover. The way energy flows from the street into your home is very important in feng shui. The goal is to protect your home from the busy energy of the street, while at the same time graciously welcoming visitors. If you have too much busy street energy in front of the house, try planting
Give the front of your house a feng shui makeoverThe way energy flows from the street into your home is very important. The goal is to protect your home from the busy energy of the street, while at the same time graciously welcoming visitors. If you have a busy street
“aascasc” — ty3m
Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd
Madeline Island
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no drywall & leave interior studs exposed - apply rigid foam insulation to exterior of house instead (very energy efficient - like putting the home inside an insulated bag)
Albertsson left all the interior studs exposed, applying rigid foam insulation to the exterior of the house instead. (This approach, she notes, is very energy efficient, akin to putting the home inside an insulated bag.)
Albertsson left all the interior studs exposed, applying rigid foam insulation to the exterior of the house instead. (This approach, she notes, is very energy efficient, akin to putting the home inside an insulated bag.) “You can’t build an uninsulated shack — it’s not practical,” Albertsson says. “So we
“living room into kitchen feel” — Janbo Jones
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
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Two large ceiling fans provide plenty of cool air. The home is powered by a field of solar panels just southwest of the house. The panels generate energy to power the home and pool equipment and send leftover power back to the grid.
Two large ceiling fans provide plenty of cool air. The home is powered by a field of solar panels just southwest of the house. The panels generate energy to power the home and pool equipment and send leftover power back to the grid.The construction is timber frame with structural integrated panels (SIPs)
“Railings, fan, trusses” — jeneak
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Green Gambrel Exterior
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This wonderful gambrel roof home in Massachusetts has undergone a green renovation: Maximizing the breezes and taking advantage of outdoor space cuts down on energy used
with energy efficient ones.
“rock fence/wall for back” — kathyhuston
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
Ideabooks20,392
Questions18
many sustainable elements. This includes fantastic energy efficiency. In addition to the wind turbine as a source of 85 percent of the homes' power, the homes incorporate high-efficiency heat pumps, cellulose insulation, double-hung low-e windows, Energy Star light fixtures and appliances, and passive solar
“Home fronts” — hpotter15
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks2,051
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modern yet references a dairy farm, and plays off the grids on the railings. Team:General contractor: Tim Marr, Traditional CarpentryTimber framing: New Energy WorksCustom cabinetry: Joel DuncansonMore: See another beautiful barn-like house by Northworks Architects and Planners
modern yet references a dairy farm, and plays off the grids on the railings.Team:General contractor: Tim Marr, Traditional CarpentryTimber framing: New Energy WorksCustom cabinetry: Joel Duncanson
“Gameroom upstairs?” — bzybee
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