Heather Petersen wrote:
Logic would dictate, because rocket mass heaters do not blow hot air into other rooms, that you would need a source of heat in each "pod". (RMH ducts can be put under the floor to maximize space if you're not using a bell design). I'm sure there are more clever solutions, though, that would enable a single RMH to heat the whole area. Perhaps you could install radiant floor heat in all pods, connected to a single heater... But then again, I have never heard of anyone doing something like that for such a large area. And I lack the hands-on experience that would tell me exactly how far a heater could stretch
Jon McLain wrote:I'd eliminate the halls, in favor of a 4tg pod directly above (on the image) the kitchen and put it in place of the little seat I'm the kitchen. Youd lose the hallways but condense it all closer together
Glenn Herbert wrote:What kind of family or use are you considering ultimately?
Steven Kovacs wrote:Out of curiosity, what is it about the linked hexagon design that you like? It seems to introduce a lot of complications that aren't present in rectangular buildings.