315 winter day Industrial Home Design Photos

Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Fenske Pool
Ideabooks2,043
Questions1
Feather reed grass thrives in many climates, even surviving the harsh winters of Scandinavia and Canada. If you can add one more perennial grass to your
slender grass with blonde flowers (shown) from late summer through early winter. Because it reaches 4 feet tall but only 2 feet wide, it can be an effective
overtake the space. Feather reed grass needs pruning only once a year in late winter or early spring before it begins to regrow. Cut it back to a height of 5
Talia's Window -- with blonde flowers (shown) from late summer through early winter. Because it reaches 4 feet tall but only 2 feet wide, it can be an effective
slender grass with blonde flowers (shown) from late summer through early winter. Because it reaches 4 feet tall but only 2 feet wide, it can be an effective
“benches” — fullersm
Daly Genik
Valley Center House
Ideabooks902
Questions0
harshness in the summer and reflecting the lower angled sun inward in the winter.
harshness in the summer and reflecting the lower angled sun inward in the winter.
nur noch als diffuses Licht ins Innere und verliert dadurch ihre Härte. Im Winter wiederum, wenn die Sonne in niedrigem Winkel einfällt, lenken die Screens
“Doors” — Ernest Lopez
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,985
Questions2
yucca or iris for centerpiece. save over winter
dryness-loving plants or simply to create architectural interest — even winter interest.
If you have a good coat, a mild day gives you an opportunity to work outside. Hardscape and infrastructure chores
“steel containers and geometric plants” — beachprof
Sellars Lathrop Architects, llc
7 Reviews
Sellars Lathrop Architects
Ideabooks1,373
Questions1
I am hoping to build a studio in Utah in a wooded (and very snowy in winter) location but have assumed it would have to be in a loft area of the house
Want an art room like this one day
Winter, window studio
“Wall design” — carmartinez47
ReNew Design
3 Reviews
Yellow House
Ideabooks6,324
Questions4
and west will fall inside the home. A natural heat bank that captures the winter sun is the ideal scenario; it will keep the home warm into the night without
and west will fall inside the home. A natural heat bank that captures the winter sun is the ideal scenario; it will keep the home warm into the night without
well as an inviting hub where the whole family can gather at the end of each day.
“Open spaces make my heart sing” — redcatred
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks17,782
Questions19
includes hydronic heat to keep the homeowners’ feet warm during Chicago winters. What appears to be edges of large rectangular tiles are the aluminum divider
"Modern-day terrazzo consists of at least 70 percent aggregate, and either Portland cement
includes hydronic heat to keep the homeowners’ feet warm during Chicago winters. What appears to be edges of large rectangular tiles are the aluminum divider
“long wooden bench” — shmelly
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks15,012
Questions13
surrounding the courtyard ends up being too hot or too cold in the summers & winters in Chicago? Thank you!
courtyard is not bad because the sun only hits the kitchen side. In the winter, radiant heat in the floor plus forced air along the glass keeps the interior
My house...one Day!
“Need” — great_pyramid
K+ARchitects
4 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks1,453
Questions1
of the oven (make sure the oven is cold) and leave it overnight. The next day wipe it down with hot water. If necessary, repeat the process.
the oven (make sure the oven is cold) and leave to set overnight. The next day, wipe it all down with hot water. If necessary, repeat the process.
the oven (make sure the oven is cold) and leave to set overnight. The next day, wipe it all down with hot water. If necessary, repeat the process.
of the oven (make sure the oven is cold) and leave it overnight. The next day wipe it down with hot water. If necessary, repeat the process.
“stainless splashback” — palette33design
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