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Truro Residence with Renewable Energy

Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Truro Residence with Renewable Energy
truro residence with renewable energy
Renewable energy implemented in home design is certainly a form of human wisdom to appreciate nature and to minimize the influence of the environmental damage where the home is domiciled.

This is one example of a home that is often the subject of discussion because it is environmentally friendly. This house was built by the great architect Zeroenergy one who cultivate the development of modern and environmentally friendly. This house is called the Truro Residence, yes indeed located in Truro , Massachusetts. Many advantages of this house , in this case is that this house has a facility that is capable of supporting the adequacy of the need for energy , as very efficient .In general, the concept is applied to reduce the cost of energy is composed of two types, active and passive energy design. This home design also implements both the passive and active .Through some photographs by Eric Roth Photography shows that this house could save lighting with the use of large size glass. With a large glass, the beauty of any home interior can be seen from the outside as well as at the same moment was able to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the house so that adds to the comfort inside the house .On the other hand, some active energy sources are also added to support the housing needs in an efficient, at least composed of solar cell, geothermal heating and cooling system. Renewable Energy is a simple to be done, it even has much wisdom to us all, nature, and our wallets.
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cozy kitchen design

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LM Guest House by Desai Chia Architecture

Monday, November 04, 2013
LM Guest House by Desai Chia Architecture
New York Home Architecture Idea
2012 in Dutchess Country of New York, USA, an architectural firm Desai Chia Architecture designed LM Guest House implemented.
This contemporary house is primarily influenced with modern style, mainly constructed to rectangular shape. It is applied to home facade and also combined match the interior of this guest house. Many kind of passive technologies support this energy needs, solar, geothermal, and rain water collector system.

Architects: DesaiChia Architecture
Location: Dutchess County, New York, USA
Area: 2,000 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Paul Warchol
Structural Engineer: Ove Arup & Partners
Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineer: Tucker Associates (Salamone Group)
Geotechnical Engineer: GeoDesign
Civil Engineer: Paggi Martin DelBene
Landscape Architect: Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates
Building Envelope Consultant: James R. Gainfort AIA Consulting Architect
Lighting Consultant: Christine Sciulli Light + Design
Construction Manager: Daniel O’Connell’s Sons
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LM Guest House by Desai Chia Architecture:

"Located on a rolling farm property in upstate New York, the LM Guest House celebrates the beauty of the surrounding landscape sweeping views through an all-glass facade magnify the spacious, open feel of the living areas.The home employs several sustainable design strategies including geothermal heating and cooling, radiant floors, motorized solar shading, photovoltaic panels, and rainwater harvesting.

The open living and sleeping areas flow around a compact slatted wood core that disguises the mechanical, storage, and bathing spaces. Two sleeping couchettes with built-in bunk beds provide efficient accommodations for additional weekend guests. Natural white oak wood detailing provides warmth and texture throughout the home.

The high-performance glass facade was pre-fabricated off site, shipped in one container, and erected in two days. An innovative steel frame structure allows the roof to cantilever dramatically over the open living areas and bedroom."
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Photos by: Paul Warchol