Robert Daniel House

The Robert Daniel House is a historic home located in Knoxville, Tennessee and was designed in 1948-1949 by James W. Fitzgibbon, and constructed by George W. Qualls. The structure was incredibly ahead of its time for its “green” aspects including a radiant floor heating system that ran copper piping under the marble floor and geothermal heating and cooling created by the constant 55 degree temperature of the home in winter and summer because it is built into the hillside.

Photo credit: Michael Sexton

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Dr.Schiefer added this to Фальцевые кровли и фасады20 Dec 2016

Для радиусных кровель фальц идеальный вариант

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A modern take on a long house. Very cool.

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Ship,container style w curved dome roof

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