Marcus Beach House, Marcus Beach, Sunshine Coast tropical-exterior
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Marcus Beach House, Marcus Beach, Sunshine Coast Tropical Exterior, Sunshine Coast

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Inspiration for a tropical two-story metal exterior home remodel in Sunshine Coast — Houzz

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Spacesmiths added this to 10 Ways to Bring In the Breezes
1. Use louvers to draw in air. It’s no coincidence that your favorite tropical resort often has walls of louvres. Fully open, the walls practically disappear, making the space feel truly outdoors. But when a tropical rainstorm hits, the blades can be angled down to keep the water out but still allow air to flow. If privacy is an issue, you can use blades made of frosted glass or a solid material such as wood. (Natural cedar makes a terrific feature on the exterior too.)Forget about the vintage old rattlers from the earlier days of louvers. Modern window engineering means that the blades are securely locked into their frames, creating close to an airtight seal to keep out the winter chill.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Roy Aroya added this to niche share
Prevent over looking. "louvres"/ blades around the side window to prevent overlooking.
Carlos Villarreal added this to cevillarreal's ideas
For the window between the office and living room - jalousie window. Frosted.
Rainforest Real Estate Ltd. added this to zahid_syeed's ideas
I like to use with company broucher.

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