12 air purification Rustic Dining Design Photos

Terri Symington, ASID
6 Reviews
Family Style
I like the exposed air ducts
Exposed air ducting with beams and vaulted ceiling in 19s era styled home
Everything except the huge air duct
Casa campo aires
“Light” — jillyhen
Johnston Architects
6 Reviews
Modern cabin
walls to impede the transfer of heat, the space will quickly heat up. Radiant heat from the fire warms the occupants as well as the air. Having some means of recirculating air from the upper area of a double-height space such as the one shown here will help limit heat stratification.
“Room size” — jrandall34
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Brilliant! Lighting & Design
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Great Pond
The trees were harvested on-site as the building project began. They were limbed slightly, stripped of their bark, and left to air dry during the early construction stages. During framing, the timbers were notched and secured in place over them, and during the remaining phases of
“Tree trunk supports” — awhite1972
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Thompson Custom Homes
7 Reviews
Air ducts
“Like the fireplace metal and stone combination” — justinhavlick
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Wyoming Residence
Love this open air dining room meets patio concept.
“love the chandelier and rustic wood.” — violetmendoza
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bridger Canyon Residence
Beautiful overall. Great open air feel - doors. Fireplace. Beams. Lighting.
“like how it opens up to outside” — gvbennet
4 Reviews
Vashon Island 1750 sq ft FabCab
Toit en pente aire ouverte
“.” — m4flannery
Lassel Architects PA
Lakeside Getaway
ventilation. The design takes into account cross-ventilation for each bedroom while high and low awning windows to allow cool air to move through the home replacing warm air in the upper floor. The tower functions as a private space with great light and views with the advantage of the Venturi effect
cabinets reinforce daily use and activities. The family enjoys the home throughout the entire year; therefore careful attention was paid to insulation, air tightness and efficient mechanical systems, including in-floor heating. The house was integrated into the natural topography of the site to connect the
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