41,486 whole house fans Home Design Photos

Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Exterior - Front
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This home is a full integration of a wide range of green concepts including zoned geothermal HVAC and a whole house fan system. The design theme was inspired by 19th century farmhouse vernacular. Other green features include an exhaustive use of low V.O.C. materials, finishes and adhesives, operable
love this house white fronted with large veranda
“weathered wood” — marcia44
MacLeod Design & Construction
Isabelle Avenue
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A whole house fan pulls out warm air in the summer, and fans that can run backwards push it back down in the winter. Photography by Ian MacLeod
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Green Sand Architecture + Sustainability
Hale Kalawahine
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Whole house fan, Solatubes, insulation and TechShield in attic as part of natural ventilation strategy to keep house cool without the need to add air conditioning.
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DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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MCCORMACK & ETTEN ARCHITECTS LLP
5 Reviews
Lake Geneva Retreat
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The central cupola anchors the exterior roof lines of the home while flooding the interior stairwell with light three floors down. Hidden whole-house expaust fans in the vaulted ceiling draw air through the home and exhaust it to the exterior. McCormack + Etten Photography
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MacLeod Design & Construction
Isabelle Avenue
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The kitchen is open to the rest of the house. An island provides more work space and visually delineates the area. Photography by Ian MacLeod
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Kim Petersen, Architectural Design Services
2 Reviews
Ivy
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whole house ceiling fan
Alicia Ravetto Architect
5 Reviews
Konove Ravetto
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Carlos Delgado Architect
1 Review
Front Entry
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Designing a passive solar high performance shell of SIPS walls and roof, high thermal mass in the concrete floor, an integrated HRV system, and whole house fan, this home is predicted to utilize no active air-conditioning
“Designing a passive solar high performance shell of SIPS walls and roof, high thermal mass in the co” — loyd001
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