passive solar home plans -Green (Passive) House 3D visualisation

May 16, 2013 – 6:21 am

A house ** “green.” more: design of the project has been developed on the basis of knowledge 4: – simplicity of form and expression is … Video Rating: 5 / 5

** Http :/ / – plans to build flat solar panels solar electric panel · alternative energy plan the layout of the panel. We now know the output of …

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  1. 16 Responses to “passive solar home plans -Green (Passive) House 3D visualisation”

  2. Wow! that is a hard one, our climate is somewhat mild thanks to gobal warming LOL!! what i would do is block as much sun hitting the walls in summer this what we have done. it depends how ur house is orientated ours is living spaces facing north bedrooms to the south.

    By Loquitoporti bla on May 16, 2013

  3. Yeah, it’s Iowa so it’s humid in the summer. It’s extreme hot in the summer and extreme cold in the winter.

    By dogfan4lyfe on May 16, 2013

  4. is your climate humid warm? give me a run down

    By Loquitoporti bla on May 16, 2013

  5. whats the temperature like there! In Melbourne (where i live it ranges winter 10 degrees or less then in summer as high as 47 or more degrees Celsius. in the summer you can use convection which reduces the interior heat by 7 degrees depending on wind strength. I have a passive designed home or a pergola with louvers to let lots of light in the winter and not light in the summer. 

    By Loquitoporti bla on May 16, 2013

  6. what sound is that on the back ground?

    By hamstertjes12345 on May 16, 2013

  7. Just remember that sky lights are always a no no. In Summer, when the sun is high, it lets sunlight straight into the house, heating it up. In winter, heat rises and escapes. If you want to use real solar gain. Look into thick earthen walls with windows designed to only allow direct sunlight in winter months. Rammed earth, straw bale, & cob are good ones to look into.

    By DontFriendInviteMe on May 16, 2013

  8. I don’t get how I can have a passive house in a mixed climate in the midwest. I want to take advantage of the sun’s heat in the winter but I want shading from it in the summer. Isn’t the only thing I can do about that is using trees that shed their leaves for the winter?

    By dogfan4lyfe on May 16, 2013

  9. It depends on many factors: country, building materials, soil bearing capacity, etc.. Probably starting from ~150 000 usd

    By tomsbal on May 16, 2013

  10. If a house like this were to be built today, how much do you think it would cost? Great video by the way

    By Brandon Rudolph on May 16, 2013

  11. Beautiful.

    By Lyndon Than on May 16, 2013

  12. hours? :) rendering takes up to two – three weeks, depends on quality, but before that, first you have to make architecture, that also takes something about two weeks…

    By tomsbal on May 16, 2013

  13. Nice! Very professional approach indeed. How many hours it takes to make one?

    By Typpendahl on May 16, 2013

  14. Thanks, totally gorgeous btw.

    By TelfLad on May 16, 2013

  15. Autodesk Revit Architecture

    By tomsbal on May 16, 2013

  16. What software are you using here?

    By TelfLad on May 16, 2013

  17. what a bad video

    By Ron Smyers on May 16, 2013

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