184 air purification Garage and Shed Design Photos

Birmingham, MI Private gardenArt | Harrison Interiors & Collection
The oversized obelisk serves to conceal the air conditioning unit as well as provide storage for additional gardening tools. Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.
prettiest to look at. Like your air conditioning. I have been looking into air conditioner montreal. Thank you so much for sharing this great picture and idea.
I'm also looking for attractive ways to hide the pipes from split system air conditioners. Surely some
how to hide an air conditioner
Hide the air conditioning unit and provide gardening tool storage with an oversized obelisk.
hides air conditioner while providing added storage
clever way to disguise air conditioner
Interesting and functional way to hide an air conditioner...
dedicated structure to cover the air conditioner and GIVE extra storage of the garden equipment!!!!!!!!!1
GarageJohn Kraemer & Sons
Layout of air and power on ceiling.
lift, air in sealing
Lift and air systems
air and electrical reels
Air connection with compressor
Air hose and drop light...
Overhead air and electric
Ceiling air hoses
Port RoyalSandcastle Constructors
like this, what are the hoses for? One appears to be air, the other I'm not sure.
built in car wash.. concealed water and air reels. access panel to maintain reels.. other cars get wet? deal with humidity?
Concealed air/water reels
Built in air cabinets
air,water, power, etc in wall
Air chuck in wall
HorseshoeGriffiths Construction, Inc.
Air line and water line above
Overhead compressed air
heater, lights, air lines
Ceiling mounted water/air
Air plumbed
Glass House in the GardenFlavin Architects
fireplace heats the tearoom portion, and a Modine heater warms up the greenhouse. Flavin was just as meticulous about cooling in summer. An air exhaust fan pumps hot air out of the house. Deciduous trees shade the glass skylight in summer, allowing light to enter but reflecting excess solar heat. A green
fireplace heats the tearoom portion, and a Modine heater warms up the greenhouse. Flavin was just as meticulous about cooling in summer. An air exhaust fan pumps hot air out of the house. Deciduous trees shade the glass skylight in summer, allowing light to enter but reflecting excess solar heat. A green
This fixed over-awning window brings light to the space as well as relaxing air flow
8 x 10 writers shed. The fixed awning window brings light to the space as well as a relaxing air flow.
Mill Valley CabinsFeldman Architecture, Inc.
insulation, a living roof can reduce indoor sound by up to 40 decibels. It can reduce indoor summer temperatures by 6 to 8 percent, cutting down on air conditioning costs. It offers no insulation benefits in wet weather, but the vegetation helps trap blowing snow for insulation benefits. It also protects
insulation, a living roof can reduce indoor sound by up to 40 decibels. It can reduce indoor summer temperatures by 6 to 8 percent, cutting down on air conditioning costs. It offers no insulation benefits in wet weather, but the vegetation helps trap blowing snow for insulation benefits. It also protects
Hen HouseJen Dalley ||||||||||||||
Do any of the windows in the shed open to let in fresh air?
Hi Calelynn - Both of the openings are covered with the same wire mesh material we used to enclose the coop, so they recieve fresh air all the time. A must to keep the shed ventilated! In the winter we cover the openings with a layer of rigid insulation on the really cold nights. Good luck on your project
Rosedale 'PARK'Amantea Architects
solid and opaque and light and transparent. The fence, constructed of staggered horizontal wood slats was designed for privacy but also lets light and air pass through. At night, the fence becomes a large light fixture providing an ambient glow for both the private garden as well as the public sidewalk
lets light and air pass through. At night, the fence becomes a large light fixture providing an ambient glow for both the private garden as well as the public sidewalk
CarportBeard + Riser Architects
of room on either side of the down slant for cabinets, drawers, shelves, etc. I would need to add heating and cooling (I have a natural gas, forced air furnace). Do you have any advice on what finishing the attic would do to the environment of the house? I've been told that would cause ice dams in
Timber Tea HouseBirdseye Design
than slate need to be replaced every 15-20 years). A reflective metal roof is more energy efficient than an asphalt roof and can save on the cost of air conditioning. There's also a huge aesthetic bonus: This roof will develop a beautiful patina that will continue to deepen over time.
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