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Green Cube - LEED Platinum Showhome
Bed is super cool! where is it from? Thank you. Hanging lights are awesome too!
Light carpet, light walls, dark bed, cowhide
Like the idea of multicolored walls and wall shelves and ceiling lights.
artwork, pendant lights
Little shelves/ lighting over bed
Pendant lights...pendant light
Schwartz and Architecture
Using open shelves for light is a great idea
Light, straight shot, light spill
Borrow natural light from other rooms. Using open shelves instead of a wall for division on the left side of this kitchen opens it up and makes it lighter.
under cabinet lighting
Natural lighting...light fixture...table/light fixture...Kitchen Table Light
steel and concrete. Through the extensive use of high tech and super efficient glass, both as windows and clerestories, there is no need for artificial light during the day. The heating for the building is provided by a radiant system composed of several hundred feet of tubes filled with hot water embedded
Mixing of woods/ colors Slim, light feel
cabinet- mixtures of the light color cabinets and the dark espresso ones on the right
mix of light and dark, wood and white
Bernhard Woodwork Ltd.
Can you please provide information on the light?
natural lighting...Light and poufe...Light fixt, doors...Entry light...Pendant light...Nice lights...lights coming in
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Nook above fireplace with lighting for sculpture
low built-in cabinets, lighting for nooks, artwork
Nice lounge without any indirect light. Consider
Built ins and lighting
lighting in bookshelves?
fireplace with light
hearth with lighted niche!!
ceiling lighting...recessed lighting
Melocco and Moore Architects
as a backdrop to a new living pavilion to be located within the rear garden. This new pavilion is also used to capture water for reuse, provide good light and cross ventilation, and to control the western sun. The pavilion is deliberately separated from the existing building by a central courtyard to create
row of upper windows (what are these called? Transom windows?) on the NORTH side, facing backyard not marsh, would give lots of indirect light, some morning light (b/c it's really north-northeast), keep out super-glare of southern/western sun, AND slope roof towards south for possible solar panels.
5. Let the air flowAnd, of course, transom windows don’t just have to let the light through – they can let fresh air in, too. Glass louvres placed above sliding doors maximise light, space and airflow in this modern living area; and depending on the weather they can be closed or opened in conjunction
Stairs + Kitchen Island
stovetop and range hood and ceiling lighting
Square lights Indirect lighting faucet
soffit w/indirect lights
Cabinet sink lighting
Kitchen ceiling lights soffit
cabinets, counter top & lighting