11 extensive green roof modules Staircase Design Photos

Last House on the LeftSiemasko + Verbridge
to help you Donn Marc Amora, we can't. What you are requiring is quite extensive and not necessarily in our scope of work. I'm sure as an architecture student
leaf litter. I can work on book manuscripts while sipping hot chocolate or green tea. My cat seems more amenable to my body heat and snuggles me as I read
Could be for the front extension
Waterford HouseSophie Nguyen Architects Ltd
glass extension...glass roof...mezzanine stairs but green tile
Hill Country ResidenceCornerstone Architects
glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The
limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal heating/cooling, rainwater
particularly beautiful to me. The window proportions seem derived from the module of stone that comprises the wall. The window has the appearance that a stone
back to the window frame. This takes the traditional place of the wood extension jamb and provides a clean, no-frills look.
Extension jambs - steel trim on stone wall - possible approach for concrete walls
Seola Beach ResidenceRhodes Architecture + Light
comfortably intimate or dramatically vaulted. The extensive roof overhangs protect the house and modulate the southern and southwestern sun exposure. The
room, guest suite, and storage. The form of the house and the gull-wing roofs take maximum advantage of beautiful waterfront views and provide interior
southwest corner of the City of Seattle. The waterfront site includes extensive tidelands in Puget Sound looking west toward Vashon Island, a rocky beach
7RR-EcohomeThomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
HVAC, communication, audio, video, or security. We developed a planning module based on a 6-foot square room size and a 6-foot wide connector called an
exterior materials include stone, ipe wood siding and decking, and concrete roof pavers. Design is based on a 2' planning grid to minimize construction waste
insulated. FSC-certified walnut wood flooring was used. Light colored concrete roof pavers to reduce cooling loads by as much as 15%. 2x6 framing allows for
the trees and hard-scapes, all centered on a suburban one-acre lot. Many green attributes were designed into the home; Ipe wood sunscreens and window shades
Ellis Residence (LEED Platinum certified)Coates Design Architects Seattle
bid is a fixed price for a specific scope of work that usually requires extensive staff time to complete. An estimate can be a loose ballpark or range,
stairs; sun roof; wall texture...The wooden roof...Green balcony...perfect green-wood
Culford Road N1Martyn Clarke Architecture
green roof...Contemporary Extension
Culford Road N1Martyn Clarke Architecture
green roof...Contemporary Extension
Culford Road N1Martyn Clarke Architecture
green roof...Contemporary Extension
Culford Road N1Martyn Clarke Architecture
green roof...Contemporary Extension
Culford Road N1Martyn Clarke Architecture
green roof...Contemporary Extension
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