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Paseo De La PLayaLEANARCH Inc.
passive cooling system
passive heating system
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Brooklyn BrownstoneJessica Helgerson Interior Design
you have a heating and cooling system (HVAC) in your home, you have the option of having a whole-house air cleaner installed right in the ductwork. The benefit of a whole-house system is that all of the air is cleaned, and there are no bulky appliances to deal with. In-duct systems are expensive, and they
you have a heating and cooling system (HVAC) in your home, you have the option of having a whole-house air cleaner installed right in the ductwork. The benefit of a whole-house system is that all of the air is cleaned, and there are no bulky appliances to deal with. In-duct systems are expensive, and they
Frank Gehry Make It Right FoundationChad Chenier Photography/Make It Right
The home is built to weather the next storm, literally, with nontoxic materials, and it's powered by solar energy and geothermal heating and cooling systems.
The home is built to weather the next storm, literally, with nontoxic materials, and it's powered by solar energy and geothermal heating and cooling systems.
Zero Energy HouseLevy Art & Architecture
residence in San Francisco that is completely self-powering and carbon neutral. The architecture has been developed in conjunction with the mechanical systems and landscape design, each influencing the other to arrive at an integrated solution. Working from the historic façade, the design preserves the t
one of these temperature systems in your floors or walls (yes, walls) With a radiant heating or cooling system, the goal is to make the temperature of a room more comfortable by changing the temperature of an entire surface. Most of the time we think of radiant heating systems, we think of them for floors
of heated floors and walls, with either water or smoke acting as the vehicle for transporting heat or coolness from room to room through hidden pipes. In the realm of modern technology, these systems have been improved and perfected so that there’s now a range of options.
Paseo De La PLayaLEANARCH Inc.
passive cooling system
passive heating system
alternative energy systems
CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of PhotosCharleston Home + Design Mag
This appears to be track lighting mounted to the bottom of the rafters. please consider using rail or cable systems in a setting like this. Available from Tech Lighting, WAC Lighting, LBL, and others. Available as line voltage, low voltage, and LED; all with a variety
Someday it might be really cool to have open wood ceiling and duct work like this.
La AborledaReclaimed Space
Chandelier Heating/cooling system on wall
metal roof so cool
Electric KitchenGlenvale Kitchens
What is that vent exactly? It looks very cool!
countertop cool, island half drawers half seating cool also
Solid surface - cool!
cool vent system
kitchenElad Gonen
so cool - maybe tv next to fireplace instead of storage
White is pretty cool on the duct-work. Keeps it very bright and fresh
cool heating system!!
subtle and cool painting vents
Peconic Bay House KitchenResolution: 4 Architecture
Features: Media Room/Study, Carport, Screen Porch, Outdoor Shower, Roof Deck o Environmentally Friendly Features: 9 kW Solar Photovoltaic System, Geothermal Heating/Cooling System Materials: o Exterior: Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Ipe wood Decking o Interior: Maple Cabinets, Bamboo Flooring, Walnut
Geothermal HVAC: The HVAC system is an energy star approved forced-air geothermal unit. The open loop geothermal well eliminates exterior condenser units, minimizing ozone depletion and global warming contributions. Photovoltaic System: A renewable energy generation system is incorporated into the house
southern edge of the great Peconic Bay on Long Island, the primary house volume is sheathed in warm western cedar while the saddlebag mass is sheathed in a cool slate cement board. The house sits perched on a high point of the site and aims to take advantage of the bay view from it's second floor living spaces
Home automation controls everything from the automatic window shades, to lighting, to heating and cooling systems, hot water and even the ice maker – allowing the homeowner to monitor, control and conserve resources in the home from their city pied-à-terre. © Maxwell Mackenzie and BOWA
Cool industrial look
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