Author: David

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Energy, Water and Air

This was a busy week for me in my day job, which carried over to the weekend. I was able to clean up the Tesla Solar roof line to look a little more clean as well as the solar and cor-ten walls. Its starting...

hyde + hyde architects design a house for a photograph

This house was a big influence for its clean lines, large glass and corten steel cladding. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Welsh practice hyde + hyde architects designed a home for a photographer in a disused quarry on the edge of brecon national park as an object placed on the landscape...

Tesla Solar Roof p2

The last week I worked on refining the details of the Tesla Solar roof to generate more then the 105% required by the Living Building Challenge. To do this, I did a solar study based on my proposed location and found that with just the...

Tesla Solar Roof Design

This has been the most challenging part of the project so far. We intend to use Tesla Solar Roof  smooth tiles to cover the whole roof and for some accents on the side of the building and in sunny areas in the house. We have to...

Tea House by David Jameson

The mix of steel, bamboo and the "Zen" feel go very well together. ---------------------------------- A music recital room resembling a Japanese tea house hangs like a lantern in the garden of a residence northwest of Washington DC.The glass and bronze pavilion was completed by American architect...

Refining Details

Over the past few days I spent half of my free time working on the excel spreadsheet and the other half refining details on the design. The Excel spreadsheet has been refined to just the information that's needed to build out a building. Its a document...

Floors and Doors

I'm happy with the overall structure now and Ive moved on to detailing the house. This week was a learning experience. I found that if I make structural changes, this time to accommodate flush mounted flooring, caused a dozen other items to move out of alignment...

first 3D fly-through

Over the past week I've started to add the outside "Corten" steel cladding to the 2nd and 3rd floor. There is a 9" gap with 8" 16 gauge steel studs between all outside cladding and the container walls to allow for  a large amount of...