3,129 Radiant Heating Modern Home Design Photos

DRAW Architecture
3 Reviews
Stairwell / Heat chimney
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A stairwell that acts as a heat chimney leads to the second floor loft space.
Stairwell / Heat chimney
“Open stairs - allowing light through” — hbloomfi
DRAW Architecture
3 Reviews
WilliamsYork Residence
Ideabooks355
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spot in the house. Extending living space, the thoughtful design and positioning allows the winter sun to warm the thick concrete flooring and radiate heat to the interior, while exterior sun shades block the higher, hot summer rays. Photo credit: Michael Spillers
Solarium heating
“Doors slide back” — gbell1
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
sixties solarium
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I like this for a south facing remodel. The defused light of the upper portion would change the interior dramatically. Too much heat?
The highly insulating composition of Kalwall can reduce heat loss or solar gain.
“have this near front porch” — Lauren Bevis
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
Buena Vista
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Spray foam insulation with open cell technology ensures maximum indoor air quality & energy efficiency. Bio-climate design allows passive cooling and heating. LED lighting and low VOC paints were used throughout. All millwork and mouldings, including the Italian glass kitchen are formaldehyde free. Recycled
Spray foam insulation with open cell technology ensures maximum indoor air quality & energy efficiency. Bio-climate design allows passive cooling and heating. LED lighting and low VOC paints were used throughout.
“Lampara” — michoecheverry
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks1,239
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heating vent
“Expose a/c ducts with regular hi hats and drywall ceiling” — mayra's condo remodel
Todd Brickman designs
Modern Phinney house
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mixture of water and dish soap over the plant should resolve the problem. The leaves can become brown due to lack of water, lack of humidity (usually in heated homes in the winter) or too much light or direct sun. Try to replicate the corn dracaena's native hot, humid environment (40 percent humidity) by misting
mixture of water and dish soap over the plant should resolve the problem. The leaves can become brown due to lack of water, lack of humidity (usually in heated homes in the winter) or too much light or direct sun. Try to replicate the corn dracaena's native hot, humid environment (40 percent humidity) by misting
“Rug only” — dramivbhimani
J. Kramer Corp.
4 Reviews
Modern homes in Laguna Beach
Ideabooks280
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sort of a reference to all the pools built in SoCal in the early '60s with similar features. This one is a salt water pool with deep heat for quick, efficient heating.
“Pool” — Remberto Sanchez
FJ Interior Design
3 Reviews
A Residence
Ideabooks314
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wood subfloor. It will always crack. We putted the epoxy on a concrete subfloor with a floor heating included.
beautiful space!!! can you put epoxy over tile and over wood subfloor with in floor heating? How thick does it need to be?
“Stone pillars” — hakef
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