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Neelley Residence, Taos, New Mexico, 1992

Passive Solar Pumice-crete house in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

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    Neelley Residence, computer model of concept. All of the parts of the house have either Trombe walls or direct gain windows.
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    Neelley floor plan, north is up. This concept shows how two wings of a building can be positioned for passive solar gain.
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    The triangular portal on the west end of the living room has a 100-mile view panorama.
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    Neelley Residence courtyard showing Trombe wall of living room and glazed gallery corridor with high and low vent windows.
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    Neelley Residence courtyard showing glazed gallery corridor with high and low vent windows and buttressed garage at right.
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