329 Heating Staircase Design Photos

Connor Homes
Charlotte Prindle
Ideabooks3,349
Questions1
Open sided stairs for wood stove heat
“like the trim on the wall. It could be on the stair wall also and the stairs are super simple” — Sandy Smith
Gary Keith Jackson Design Inc
1 Review
Wood Forest
Ideabooks24,749
Questions8
floor if heated
“Everything !” — Amar Khan
360 design studio
3 Reviews
Moody Staricase 2
Ideabooks4,252
Questions2
nice use of timber while still having 'open' stairs to allow the heat from downstairs to go up
“Solid sides at bottom of stair as part of tread” — jillmh12
JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates)
1 Review
JMA
Ideabooks443
Questions0
plaster walls and the reclaimed wood on its ceilings and beams. Radiant heating in the antique French stone floors helps to provide additional warmth.
Another great heating option that you never really see is radiant heating that's bulit into the floors of a home. This allows the home to heat from the bottom
room. You can't even tell that the tiles of this gorgeous space are all heated up!
“Front doors” — barefootbungalow
Sagatov Design-Build
21 Reviews
Barton Street
Ideabooks592
Questions3
to cut out solar heat gain before it even hits the glass.
Architectural Sunscreens Take the Heat Off Homes
wood slat mounted on exterior of glass window cuts the heat south side zz
a sophisticated interior here, while constantly working to cut out solar heat gain before it even hits the glass.
a sophisticated interior here, while constantly working to cut out solar heat gain before it even hits the glass.
“stairs” — aej15
MILK design
MILKdesign
Ideabooks456
Questions0
varies from heat to heat based upon factors such as cost of contained elements, scrap availability and desired residual levels; typically, a new heat of stainless
“rshdh” — Nyamagoud Raam
Amsted Design-Build
3 Reviews
Bristol
Ideabooks62
Questions0
insulation values, green roof, triple glazed windows, sun shading, passive heat gain and cooling. While this home definitely has an environmental flavour
from the basement all the way to the third floor and doubles as passive heating and cooling (see housing detail entry). The bedrooms are filled with natural
cabinets, doors and ceilings. These spaces are easy to clean, maintain and heat and cool. They feature subtle detailing not noticed at first glance. The
“Nice design” — shinozaki
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Capitol Hill
Ideabooks595
Questions2
excessive heat gain without sacrificing the view. Hidden systems affect the energy consumption of the house such as the buried geothermal wells and heat pumps
pumps that aid in both heating and cooling, and a 30 panel photovoltaic system mounted on the roof feeds electricity back to the grid. The minimal foundation
“Del segundo al tercer piso. Cuarto papas con puerta. Espacio abierto.” — silkcam
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