Yesterday, the central bearing east-west wall went up that will carry one end of the north shed roof of the house. At the top of this wall, facing south, will be a clerestory with a few windows to collect light and heat. When you see a skeleton frame like this, it’s hard to visualize the finished house. But, when your designer takes your photograph and converts it into what the finished house will look like, it’s amazing.
Have a look and see! Thanks Naryn Davar! Naryn works for a company that specializes in Passive House design. He uses 3-D software to bring ideas to life, and their team then converts these ideas into super energy-efficient homes. Have a look at the wonderful designs and stock catalogue this company Passive Design Solutions offers – all new!
Note the screened in porch that will be constructed on the slab outside the energy efficient envelope of the house. The north sloping large shed roof covers slightly more than one half of the house, with a corresponding south sloping roof covering the other half. The entrance door, kitchen wrap around window and screened in porch are visible in this rendering.