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I love the big windows and the walls are very interesting.
Love windows in this bedroom and also "built ins" over head of bed.
Increase light and ventilation. Locating your bedroom at the corner of your home can give you windows on two or more adjacent walls. This gives you the added benefit of cross ventilation
Open space, windows, light, view outside
give you windows on two or more adjacent walls. This gives you the added benefit of cross ventilation and a softer natural light.
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Mid-Century Mod re-do
Open up back with windows but do sliders to porch
windows, windows, windows
Windows and spine fireplace
Love windows and fireplace.
house all windows...back window wall...privacy fence
Siemasko + Verbridge
From Kids to Quiet
Basement windows in turret, and stone facing
full windows in basement but not full story
basement windows into side of the hill with stone work
Cellar windows, stone
house, trees, privacy
rounded window!...stone and windows...room with windows...Egress Window...Eye Brow Windows...radius window
Texas Hill House
Mono truss with tin roof and high windows and a gray wall
Modern shed idea with ribbon windows -- for additions to cabin
inside view of bunkie, note louvered doors to cover large glass opening and ribbon windows on the side.
ribbon window with cement fiber board. Idea for kitchen
windows along slab of house could work for us on the neighbors side
ribbon window need not follow the other Five Points, resulting in a Corbusian-influenced house. This house, called Texas Hill House but actually in upstate New York, features a dramatic shed roof in metal. The low end is clad in wood, and the tall end is open, with lots of glass. Note the ribbon windows
St. Helena farmhouse
plans for privacy and copyright issues
This is what I imagine the front LR looking like with the yellow walls and dark floors, big windows, rock mantle, and side cabinets. Cozy feeling.
shelves, ceiling, windows
clerestory windows and wall shelves.
clerestory windows on both sides?
High windows...Upper windows...AND HIGH WINDOWS...Clearstory windows
dement harris | design
colors, window trim, good idea for front door
End. View from beach pointed gable with windows door off master for light, entry to hot tub area.
love the privacy and green in this yard
under tall windows, shady plantings
is this the window look?
large windows....window ig...Windows and roof
Efficiency Windows Use of energy efficient dual pane thermal glazing with “Low e” coating at all doors and windows reduces heat gain in summer and heat loss in winter, cutting energy use. 14. Engineered Structural Lumber Extensive use of engineered lumber for structural framing and sheathing reduces cutting
transom windows to reduce electrical lighting loads during the day. Natural daylighting also has documented benefits on mood, productivity, and enjoyment of the space. 5. Photo Voltaic Solar Panels Use of PV solar electric generation system to reduce electrical grid consumption, and bi-directional
operable high windows and ceiling fans, creates a natural convection current, thereby eliminating the need for an air conditioning system. 8. Passive Solar Design Use of extensive east and south facing glass, proper overhangs, high interior mass, deciduous grape vines on appropriately placed trellises, to