Passive House in Carmel, CA "Extreme efficiency with no aesthetic compromise" - Fine Homebuilding
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Passive House in Carmel, CA "Extreme efficiency with no aesthetic compromise"

comments (0) July 16th, 2012 in Project Gallery, 2013 HOUSES Awards Gallery         Pin It
JGentry JGentry, member
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This will be replaced by photography as soon as possible. We will schedule the final photo shoot once the hardwood flooring is available and installed.  It has been delayed due to the loss of electrical power in the eastern USA as a result of the extreme weather.
This will be replaced by photography as soon as possible. We will schedule the final photo shoot once the hardwood flooring is available and installed.  It has been delayed due to the loss of electrical power in the eastern USA as a result of the extreme weather.
This photograph from late in construction shows the glazing on the north side of the home to bring in views of the redwoods... on the northwest portion of the lot and immediately to the right of the photographer.
A slightly different angle shows the large window on the south side which will provide a significant solar gain and dramatically reduces energy use required for heating, while at the same time, bringing the backyared view into the home.
This photograph shows the view of the redwoods (protectively wrapped during the construction phase) as well as some of the rafter detail inside the main living area.
This will be replaced by photography as soon as possible. We will schedule the final photo shoot once the hardwood flooring is available and installed.  It has been delayed due to the loss of electrical power in the eastern USA as a result of the extreme weather.Click To Enlarge

This will be replaced by photography as soon as possible. We will schedule the final photo shoot once the hardwood flooring is available and installed.  It has been delayed due to the loss of electrical power in the eastern USA as a result of the extreme weather.


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