228 heat Home Office Design Photos

Sylvia Martin
1 Review
Sylvia Martin
Ideabooks7,012
Questions7
2. Add Interior Drapes, Blinds or Shades Once the heat from the sun’s rays passes through the glass of a window, that heat is in the house and will need to be ventilated to escape. To keep your floors and walls from soaking up that heat from direct rays and emitting it throughout the day, it can
Add Interior Drapes, Blinds or Shades Once the heat from the sun’s rays passes through the glass of a window, that heat is in the house and will need to be ventilated to escape. To keep your floors and walls from soaking up that heat from direct rays and emitting it throughout the day, it can
2. Add Interior Drapes, Blinds or ShadesOnce the heat from the sun’s rays passes through the glass of a window, that heat is in the house and will need to be ventilated to escape. To keep your floors and walls from soaking up that heat from direct rays and emitting it throughout the day, it can
“firanki” — marpli
Princeton Architectural Press
From the Ground Up
Ideabooks534
Questions2
Openings in the upper floors allow the interior to act like one big chimney. The pop-up that caps the house has a south-facing window that heats up this zone, helping to draw warm air up and out of the house.
"Openings in the upper floors allow the interior to act like one big chimney. The pop-up that caps the house has a south-facing window that heats up this zone, helping to draw warm air up and out of the house."
“wall color” — don79
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Office
Ideabooks945
Questions3
wall heat and terracotta in sun room
has radient heat under terra-cotta tiles
Radiant heat keeps the terra-cotta tiles cozy underfoot
Santalla hired local craftspeople to replaster all of the walls, using techniques that have been in practice for centuries in Provence. Radiant heat keeps the terra-cotta tiles cozy underfoot.
Santalla hired local craftspeople to replaster all of the walls, using techniques that have been in practice for centuries in Provence. Radiant heat keeps the terra-cotta tiles cozy underfoot.
“svidja mi se kombinacija plocica, belog zida, kamena u svodu i drvenih greda” — vladaparfem
2Scale Architects
11 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks1,846
Questions2
His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils
His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
“Storage” — clairwill
Robin Baron Design
2 Reviews
New York City Family Home
Ideabooks2,654
Questions6
Heating vent
window seat over rad/heat register
Floor heating and window seat
Decorate the heat vent
“study” — honeypoppet
Poor House Interior Design
Studio and Office
Ideabooks4,496
Questions4
offices and studio on our property create an amazing solution to working at home. Design by Melissa Schmitt. Concrete conference table was heated with radiant heat mat to heat the space. Studio bookshelves created from salvaged timbers and large threaded rod. Photos by: Adrian Gregorutti
this and produces all types of architectural cast concrete. This was an experiment to cast a dark inlay within main top and also using radiant heat mats which heat the table and room. Work fantastic.
“Roll up door” — corrinahansen
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
Ideabooks462
Questions1
on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
a particularly nice touch. Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
is a particularly nice touch.Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
“Light pole” — davidralphsmith
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
35 Reviews
Home Office in Eichler Renovation
Ideabooks581
Questions1
hydronic heat
tile over radiant heat
“Office” — haasek
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