Industrial House Number DIY

Industrial House Number DIY

technique japonaise de préservation, bois Antiquaire

technique japonaise de préservation, bois Antiquaire

cuisine-îlot central revisité

cuisine-îlot central revisité

This black kitchen with a wooden countertop opens up to the deck for complete indoor / outdoor living. By using clear glass for the kitchen backsplash, it lets the rocks in the garden appear as a piece of art. When needed, the kitchen can be closed off to the elements with accordion glass doors.

The rocks from this property were used to build this oceanfront house

This black kitchen with a wooden countertop opens up to the deck for complete indoor / outdoor living. By using clear glass for the kitchen backsplash, it lets the rocks in the garden appear as a piece of art. When needed, the kitchen can be closed off to the elements with accordion glass doors.

Qui n'aimerait pas habiter dans ces demeures de rêves...

Qui n'aimerait pas habiter dans ces demeures de rêves...

The Glass Pavilion by Steve Hermann - Gorgeous how the loadbearing walls are used in this residential house, allowing the house to be completely open.

The Glass Pavilion by Steve Hermann - Gorgeous how the loadbearing walls are used in this residential house, allowing the house to be completely open.

green roof and parapet Graphic Courtesy of Professional Roofing Magazine

green roof and parapet Graphic Courtesy of Professional Roofing Magazine

Primer slojeva za izolovanje zemunice

SOLARNE SAMOGREJNE ZEMUNICE

Primer slojeva za izolovanje zemunice

Comment fabriquer un escalier

Stairs Design: How to Build Stairs

Comment fabriquer un escalier

A Trombe wall is a passive solar building technique where a wall is built on the winter sun side of a building with a glass external layer and a high heat capacity internal layer separated by a layer of air. Heat in close to UV spectrum passes through the glass almost unhindered then is absorbed by the wall that then re-radiates in the far infrared spectrum which does not pass back through the glass easily, hence heating the inside of the building.

A Trombe wall is a passive solar building technique where a wall is built on the winter sun side of a building with a glass external layer and a high heat capacity internal layer separated by a layer of air. Heat in close to UV spectrum passes through the glass almost unhindered then is absorbed by the wall that then re-radiates in the far infrared spectrum which does not pass back through the glass easily, hence heating the inside of the building.

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