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Updated Plans from ISA

by Chad Ludeman on January 6, 2008 · 5 comments

in architecture,Design,floorplan

Interface delivered new plans with much greater detail in one of our recent meetings. We have had one design meeting since and will have the final versions available in about another week. A lot of the interior and exterior finishes are called out in this iteration as well. It’s been a lot of fun getting the design to this point and we are all excited to have the final plans done and start working on hitting our budget goals. Click on any of the pictures below to view larger images in our filckr set or view the flickr slideshow here.

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1 Derek January 31, 2008 at 2:26 pm

It looks like you are using clerestory windows on your facade (presumably north facing).

What kind of glazing or window coverings you are using?

Remember that hot air rises and clerestory windows can be a big source of heat loss. Similarly, they need to be shaded adequately in summer.

2 Derek January 31, 2008 at 2:29 pm

Careful about the proportion of unshaded east/west glazing. Can be sources of uncomfortable heat gain in summer.

Rule of thumb is South face (7-12% of floor area),

3 chad January 31, 2008 at 8:12 pm


Thanks for the comments. The front facade is the North side of the home. We are trying to minimize the amount of windows on the north side while still providing adequate light and views to the street level. We have not got into calculating glazings as of yet.

We are aware of the heat loss due to windows which is why we have not included any skylights which is common to almost all modern homes nowadays. I will also be posting soon on possible options for thermal shading of the North facing windows at a minimum to cut down on the loss of conditioned air.

We will also be reducing the amount of West facing windows on the corner house and adding shading elements. We will have no East facing windows on either home due to the Rowhouse configuration.

I haven’t calculated the window area on the South facade yet but will make sure to do so soon.

4 Derek January 31, 2008 at 9:54 pm

Have you looked at the possibility of solar tubes? They appear to be an efficient transmitter of light with better resistance to heat flow.

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