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Exterior Design & Materials
Nice image of corrugated metal and stone - not sure I would introduce another element, such as they have here with the timber box at front - although I would like some timber - just not quite as much - all seem to be competing a bit with one another.
Interesting corrugated metal and sandstone design i.e. thet have tried to make it interesting
This is tastefully done. Makes a big difference whether you have the corrugated metal running either vertically or horizontally - I think the latter is very nice in this image - suppose we will need to determine which way goes best depending on how we decide to incorporate sandstone into our house design. I think colour of this corrugated steel is quite nice too - goes nice with the lighter greyish stone (ie the steps) - I think the timber window frames break it nicely too. We would replaced wood with aluminium for window frames ? - bronze would probably work well for this house's colour scheme. Love the big windows.
Clean design, lovely use of corrugated metal - for our purposes, I think I would reverse the colours almost, i.e very light blue-grey sidings, with white (tinted 'matching' blue hue) for window/door frames - and a daker roof perhaps.
I sort of don't mind this mix of metals - or is the non-corrugated panel actually wood (see others comments about batten cedar board) -
Good image of corrugated metal running vertically - although I think I definitely prefer horizontal - and for the CM to be broken with another material - a bit too much for me. Nice big window showing view through house to garden (very similar to what we are looking for). Big, bold, solid, colour of outdoor lounge piece also very complementary.
Windows and corrugated metal design idea.
Glass, Stone, Corrugated metal, wood.
Corrugated steel, 'other' material panels, aluminium window frames.
Exposed corrugated metal ceiling with sky light.
Nice entry - contemporary (could make door even bigger!)
Stone and corrugated metal.
I really like this. Very nice mix and balance of stone, corrugated metal (running horizontally), glass and black aluminium(?) window frames. I think I would rethink colour of window frame (black seems to make it look a bit like a school demountable) Bronze perhaps? All gels nicely and seems to sit nicely with (not on) natural environment. Sophisticated simplicity.
Another image by FINNE Architect Lake Superior House.
Corrugated metal run vertically and horizontally - does it work? I think it would be better with a material in between to break the two - nice clean house design.
Corrugated metal and stucco - in matching colour - broken by coloured aluminium(?) window frames. Interesting - this is quite bold and definitely works - I think whatever colour scheme we come up with, needs to be confident like this house is.
Lovely house - use of stone metal glass - with view through the house to mountains - very clean design.
Another image of Reimert Residence - lovely stone and wood side.
Another corrugated metal with rendered wall in matching colour/hue example.
Example of horizontal 'natural' colour siding with wood and concrete - stepped up house design. Would this work with sandstone instead of wood? Not sure. Nice simple design - interesting side of house entry.
Corrugated metal horizontal with large glass corner window
Another image of Main Street House - front - horitontal grey corrugated metal with wood and matching window frames - louvre works well. Some aspects of garden (Poa grasses etc) work welltoo
Main Stree House - raw concrete garden walls, steps
Airport House - Nice balance of materials - Stone, wood, metal, masonary.
Horizontal corrugated metal. This works because the materials are not completing with each other i.e we would also like to use natural sandstone for cladding part of the house. I think using the materials in a deliberate way (see Airport House for example) with large swathes of each material, rather than trying to mix the same all on one wall - too bitsy piecey.
View from the other side - Auberty Ranch (Joshua Nimmo)
Living art - beautifully framed :-)
Corrugated metal and wood - beautifully balanced design - captures pockets of vista beautifully.
very interesting design - difficult to get right balance when using a number of different materials and types therein - this design works. Uniform shrubs but not hedged, really complements the hard lines of the house. Would like to achieve the same sen wood (bushfires!)
Stone, metal, glass and wood - it's got it all very nicely balanced - lovely home - see other pics of this home (Farquar Lake Residence)
Nice balance of metal, wood and glass.
About the same height our house would be - nice use of glass and shrubs to block out any unsighley aspects of the vista (i.e. houses and road below).
Port Ludlow Residence - looking in.
Interesting design down a sloping site. Uses CM siding (a German industrial product) and 'metal and horizontal cement board siding'. I wonder if sandstone would work in this type of mix?
Would this work with sandstone siding for the block in the middle (i.e. with the verandah on top of it)?
Very nice design and mix/balance of materials- cement siding, metal with lower level metal coloured? Very tasteful.
Corrugated siding - tasteful design.
Nice colour mix and materials
Interesting mix of materials including CM - works.
Metal roof w 'smooth' sandstone - works for this design.
Beautiful mix/balance of material with a simple but elegant design - v nice.
Stone with wide 'slatted' metal siding.
Corrugated metal siding for verandah with minimal fine wire upper - 3 tiered eaves built into structure of house - clever.
Large expanse of corrugated metal siding - note matching colour for roof facing.
Quite amazing full glass walls with slim line roof (material?) insulation?