311 Bisset Court

Proposed C.O.A. Rating:

First Floor
First Floor Plan copyright Elliot Johnson, AIA
  • Clay tile roof
  • Most flooring is durable
  • On-site waste reduction
  • Site specific design

  • Energy
  • Designed by team approach
  • Home designed for 650 sq. ft. of living space per ton of cooling
  • Cooling system sized by Manual J based on actual design
  • Duct installation to City of Austin Energy Code
  • Total fill insulation
  • 14.0 SEER A/C system
  • Ceiling fans
  • Programmable thermostat
  • Insulated roof deck
  • Low-E glass & Double pane
  • Light-color for exterior
  • No skylights
  • Compact fluorescents

  • Health, Safety
  • Low-Voc paints
  • No vapor barrier
  • 1in pleated media filter
  • Exhaust fans
  • Hard-surface flooring
  • Finishes water based
  • Non-voc adhesives
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Electrical panel set-back from bedrooms
  • Programmable thermostat
  • No wood on exterior
  • Borate treatement

  • Water
  • Low-flow showerheads
  • Low-water use dishwasher
  • Existing vegetation is 90% undisturbed
  • Native plants utilized
  • Future rainwater system
  • In the fall of 2008 the Austin HBA planned on  presenting a Green Parade of Homes. For the first time this showcase of homes will focus not only on the style of the home, but the substance of the homes as well.   Images Of... is proud to be the Architect of two of the homes as well as a member of the Parade committee. The other home was right next door at  313 Bisset Court.

    Unfortunately, due to economic concerns the Rough Hollow Parade of Homes was canceled.

    Square Footage
    First Floor         - 3145 s.f.
    Second Floor     - 1553 s.f.
    Upstairs Office   - 4698 s.f.

    Elevation Rendering copyright Elliot Johnson, AIA 

    First Floor
    Second Floor Plan copyright Elliot Johnson, AIA