Weathertex | ForestOne
@dave_stok1 produced an entrance that’s tactile, bold and dare we say it, groovy. The Weathergroove range is a vertically grooved timber cladding designed to accompany any home and any material palette. We just adoor it!
Ant-house / mA-style architects
Completed in 2012 in Shizuoka, Japan. Images by Kai Nakamura. The outer wall of black covers whole cube, and that screens visual field completely. Inside of heavy door, the space turns to vivid yellow covered by...
An affordable, architecturally designed home stands out from the crowd with James Hardie Stria Cladding - Blog Productspec
Project Requirements Contemporary home with an architectural flair Maintain streetscape Durable and aesthetic home James Hardie Solution James Hardie Stria® Cladding was specified for the upper level of the project due to its broad, clean lines and contemporary appeal. “Stria Cladding helped us achieve a distinctive, architecturally pleasing look” says Project Manager, Aaron Mowll of […]
Outbuilding of the Week: A Tiny Open-Air Theater in Norway - Gardenista
2x6 or 2x8's spaced closely (1 ft.) Lining the front exterior (porch roof to porch floor, with the ability to walk between them and the homes exterior... gp. wood construction
Gallery of Cottage in Tsumari / Daigo Ishii + Future-scape Architects - 5
Image 5 of 33 from gallery of Cottage in Tsumari / Daigo Ishii + Future-scape Architects. Photograph by Koji Fujii
Weathertex Cladding Melbourne
Everist Timber is proud to supply Weathertex cladding, which is made from 100% Australian hardwoods. This product is eco friendly and comes with a 25 year warranty.
Top 10 architecture with extrinsic or intrinsic views? | More with less
Look: direct the view towards something and focus attention on it. Look into the eyes, look at others, look at oneself, lose track of time or want to happen fast. Observe the rain, the sun or the change of seasons. Choose between everything around
Paris Housing Blocks By Tectône Architectes Are Encased By Timber Louvres - Decor10 Blog
Narrow strips of pine stripe the facades of this housing development on the outskirts of Paris, making it look like a timber cage has been lowered over the upper floors of every single creating . Photograph by the architects Developed by Paris firm Tectône Architectes, the Rue Auvry Housing is located on a former industrial site in Aubervilliers, forming portion of a bigger regeneration …