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Green Floor Plan


green floor plan
    floor plan
  • A scale diagram of the arrangement of rooms in one story of a building
  • (Floor planning) Floorplanning is the act of designing of a floorplan, which is a kind of bird's-eye view of a structure.
  • scale drawing of a horizontal section through a building at a given level; contrasts with elevation
  • In architecture and building engineering, a floor plan, or floorplan, is a diagram, usually to scale, showing the relationships between rooms, spaces and other physical features at one level of a structure.
    green
  • Green clothes or material
  • Green color or pigment
  • turn or become green; "The trees are greening"
  • Green foliage or growing plants
  • of the color between blue and yellow in the color spectrum; similar to the color of fresh grass; "a green tree"; "green fields"; "green paint"
  • concerned with or supporting or in conformity with the political principles of the Green Party
green floor plan - The Solar
The Solar House: Passive Heating and Cooling
The Solar House: Passive Heating and Cooling
Passive solar heating and passive cooling—approaches known as natural conditioning—provide comfort throughout the year by reducing, or eliminating, the need for fossil fuel. Yet while heat from sunlight and ventilation from breezes is free for the taking, few modern architects or builders really understand the principles involved. Now Dan Chiras, author of the popular book “The Natural House,” brings those principles up to date for a new generation of solar enthusiasts. The techniques required to heat and cool a building passively have been used for thousands of years. Early societies such as the Native American Anasazis and the ancient Greeks perfected designs that effectively exploited these natural processes. The Greeks considered anyone who didn't use passive solar to heat a home to be a barbarian! In the United States, passive solar architecture experienced a major resurgence of interest in the 1970s in response to crippling oil embargoes. With grand enthusiasm but with scant knowledge (and sometimes little common sense), architects and builders created a wide variety of solar homes. Some worked pretty well, but looked more like laboratories than houses. Others performed poorly, overheating in the summer because of excessive or misplaced windows and skylights, and growing chilly in the colder months because of insufficient thermal mass and insulation and poor siting. In “The Solar House,” Dan Chiras sets the record straight on the vast potential for passive heating and cooling. Acknowledging the good intentions of misguided solar designers in the past, he highlights certain egregious—and entirely avoidable—errors. More importantly, Chiras explains in methodical detail how today's home builders can succeed with solar designs. Now that energy efficiency measures including higher levels of insulation and multi-layered glazing have become standard, it is easier than ever before to create a comfortable and affordable passive solar house that will provide year-round comfort in any climate. Moreover, since modern building materials and airtight construction methods sometimes result in air-quality and even toxicity problems, Chiras explains state-of-the-art ventilation and filtering techniques that complement the ancient solar strategies of thermal mass and daylighting. Chiras also explains the new diagnostic aids available in printed worksheet or software formats, allowing readers to generate their own design schemes.

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Overhead of kitchen floor
Overhead of kitchen floor
I've laid out in masking tape the design I want to have inscribed and stained into my floor. This overhead shows the 18" squares that are defined by 2" lines. The green lines will be the dark green of the wallpaper as the paint chips taped to them indicate. The blue masking tape will be dark oxblood red. The junctions will be amber. The large center squares will not be stained. All of the stains will be transparent so the woodgrain reads through the color.
Green Vase Still Life
Green Vase Still Life
In the background, I just wrote somestuff randomly on there. I just love how my script is so "back in the old days" haha. Also the table clothes are actually floor plans of a house. I took some from my teacher since they had alot of it lying around. Mixed media, oil pastels

green floor plan
green floor plan
Residential Construction Academy: Basic Principles for Construction
RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY: BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR CONSTRUCTION, 3E includes a full color design with new and updated photos and figures. Coverage of building codes and safe materials handling ensures that the reader will stay current with industry standards and trends. In addition, a new chapter on green building practices will introduce readers to jobsite practices while they plan and execute. This book is ideal for those beginning a career in the building trades industry and provides thorough, up-to-date coverage of the core academic areas that are necessary for success in the field. Topics include work ethic, math, communications, print reading, safety, and common tools.

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