Three Oaks Retreat

interiors - marcia weese
landscape - peter lindsay schaudt
construction - great lakes builders
photography - william kildow

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adanimeghna
Meghna Mehta added this to 9 Reasons to Bring Louvres Into Your Home5 Jan 2017

6. Partly coveredAccentuate the outdoor connect with nature by installing open or closed louvres. They are great for weather protection and for providing privacy. Partial cover allows unobstructed views of the outside at the same time saves us from the harsh sun when needed.

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nativelawn
CardosoGroup added this to home exterior18 Feb 2018

By raising the louvers above door height, views from the seating area inside to the landscape are fairly open. The level, horizontal profile and position of the louvers means that the high, midday sun is blocked but the low sunlight can come through.

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Lindsay McAuliff added this to Linden's ideas4 Feb 2017

love this, windows to make the house look bigger

trainarchitects
Train Architects added this to Porch22 Apr 2015

Horizontal louvers extend seasonal use and make the porch a room without walls.

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