Flow-Thru House is a wood-framed dwelling with a ventilated south wall cavity that moves outside air up through and out of the cavity by natural heat convection, resulting in a substantial drop in air temperature outside of the insulated structural wall. This results in less need for cooling during the warm months. Also, the living area opens directly into a sheltered outdoor space (the carport) which can be further partitioned from vehicles by sliding wall panels. The hallway doubles as a storage and work space. Project Architects: Richard Eribes
and Mary Hardin. Photos by Liam Frederick.