173 environmentally-friendly Industrial Home Design Photos

Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
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Powder coatings also tend to be much more environmentally friendly than typical paint or other
Polyester powder coating instead of paint over metal is environmentally friendly.
The process binds better to metal than paint does, forming a skin that tends to be much stronger. Powder coatings also tend to be much more environmentally friendly than typical paint or other coatings, since its overspray can be recycled. Most powder coatings emit low or zero volatile organic compounds
“sunroom color?” — Westview Companies, Inc.
Actual-Size Architecture
Kitchen Island
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Concrete countertops are popular, and cement made from fly ash (a waste material from the coal-burning industry) is a fine environmental alternative. Researchers are concerned, however, that fly ash concrete can emit radon, a dangerous gas that can cause lung cancer. It’s probably
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phthalates into your kitchen. Granite, a standard in higher-end homes during the past decade, can emit radon. The good news is, many of the environmentally friendly options on the market today, such as sunflower seed and wheat composite boards, are made using nontoxic, formaldehyde-free adhesives. Ask
CountertopsYour countertops get intimate with your food, so they should provide a healthy surface for chopping and preparing. A number of environmentally sensitive options have surfaced over the past decade, but some raise indoor-air-quality concerns. Recycled glass, or terrazzo, is gorgeous but
“Island stovetop and use of green cabinetry under black bench” — villagebelle
C O N T E N T Architecture
Houston Loft
Ideabooks732
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I love the concrete style! It's stylish, clean, cheap and environmental friendly.
“Белые окна” — maison
Woodland Creek Furniture
133 Reviews
Industrial Chic Wood Platform Bed
Ideabooks340
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environmentally friendly bed
“Cool bed.” — redrun22
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Private Residence - CH
Ideabooks824
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wanted to design an elevated bed with them, so when a friend told her about an abandoned mill selling old, wide-plank sugar pine, an idea struck. She bought some of the wood and designed a bed to incorporate the distinct wheels and wood, and her friend did the woodworking and welding to complete the design
wanted to design an elevated bed with them, so when a friend told her about an abandoned mill selling old, wide-plank sugar pine, an idea struck. She bought some of the wood and designed a bed to incorporate the distinct wheels and wood, and her friend did the woodworking and welding to complete the design
“Base” — julieandcolin
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
Ideabooks1,485
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square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a functional dwelling that honored its
mixture of structural steel and glass, and salvaged cedar blended with Cor ten steel panels. Locally milled reclaimed untreated cedar creates an environmentally sound rain and privacy screen.
square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a functional dwelling that honored its
“Deck area and balustrade” — william65
Cynthia Prizant - Prizant Design, LLC
6 Reviews
Industrial, edgy teen bedroom
Ideabooks11,106
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The floor is a red stained cork. Beautiful surface, wears well and environmentally friendly!
“Wall panels | Mirroflex” — Marisa Reda Barbeau
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
Ideabooks752
Questions0
square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a functional dwelling that honored its
mixture of structural steel and glass, and salvaged cedar blended with Cor ten steel panels. Locally milled reclaimed untreated cedar creates an environmentally sound rain and privacy screen.
“fenetres” — camassia
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