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Passive solar home orientation and proper insulation are just a couple of ways to ensure comfort in any climate.
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Владимир Бровин | 08.07.2016 http://disgustingmen.com/history/badgir Пока все мы маемся от жары и живем только за счет кондиционеров и вентиляторов, уже пару тысяч лет существует устройство, которое настолько эффективно, что делает сносной даже жизнь в пустыне и охлаждает воду почти до температуры…
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Sustainable Design and Construction Primer Download Now What is an Earthship? An Earthship home is a type of passive solar house that is made of both natural and upcycled materials (such as earth-packed tires). Earthships can be completely off-grid or partially
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Image 36 of 38 from gallery of Passive House Pavilion of Longfor Sundar / SUP Atelier. Ventilation Strategy
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In this article we explore the benefits of thermal mass, looking at design factors including, construction build up, orientation, ventilation, passive solar and more.
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One of the main reasons for global warming is the burning of fossil fuels, natural gas, coal, etc which produces large amounts of greenhouse gases.....
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Contentious Cottage - Sherwood Forest, Maryland - This project is located in a century-old community established as a summer retreat. Original cottages, averaging only 750 SF, were designed in the picturesque Adirondack rustic style employing green, horizontal siding, rustic locust post porches, railings and architectural ornament – all prescribed by design covenant. The design solution sinks the bulk of the new house into the steep grade under a green roof. From the approach, all that is…
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Project: Three Trees Location: Eagle Rock, California Large rocks squeezed into together by 'wood shelves' insulate the South face of the house. The rocks absorb the heat during the day lowering the solar gain. At night the rocks give heat back into into the air as the temperature outside drops. The rock wall and the desert climate work in concert to passively cool the house. Jeremy Levine Design www.jeremylevine.com
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