10,389 side lever Contemporary Exterior Design Photos

Contemporary Exterior
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Thank you so much for your quick reply. It is a beautiful house! We have purchased a home with cedar siding and I don't like the typical orangish color most cedar is stained. I'm looking for something that is easier on my eyes :-)...
The siding is 4", 6", and 8" clear cedar bevel siding installed in a random pattern
love the random pattern of this siding.
The siding is 4", 6", and 8" clear cedar bevel siding installed in a
CAN USE HARDIE siding in multiple sizes to get the effect
Interesting variation in horizontal lines in siding. Good play in color beteen siding, accents, and gutter
“stone colored fascia/clapboard” — mccrea95
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
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bay house
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Is this siding stained or naturally weathered, and what is the material?
Is this wood siding? If so, what is it called?.
The siding is 1x6 channel profile.
Thank you. The stain on the exterior siding is "Driftwood" SLT by Broda.
We used 2 x 6 channel siding.
What profile was used for the siding
window framed in with same siding
nice horizontal wood siding! planks are nice size.
let the beauty of the wood come through. This can work especially well with a modern-style home like this one, in which the character of the wood siding softens the stark geometry.
“Wood stain” — Brooke Suthers
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Villa Nuevo
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Does anyone know what kind of siding this is? Thanks
hello, the siding on this house is corrugated metal,
siding and t & g cedar on the rest of the house. Any thoughts? Jodi
Structure is a bit modern for my taste, but dig that siding
In the same house, the siding also gives the walls a unique texture, like pinstripes that give the horizontal building some vertical oomph. Note the silo-like cylinder in the background at right. An educated guess would be water tank. Another view of the house ...
“Steel siding” — glutchka
First Lamp
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Lever Homes
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"Give me a place to stand and I shall move the Earth with a lever." - Archimedes This 5-Star Built-Green project is a three story, two-unit townhome sited on a vacant lot near the corner of 26th Ave S. and S. Judkins Street in Seattle. Due to the slender proportion of the lot, the units are arranged
siding material and clean lines of roof gable
Excellent use of a small site while maintaining side yards.
“Alternate” — Dika Sumantri
Webber + Studio, Architects
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Villa Nuevo
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All I can say is.....Love, Love, Love the corrugated siding!!!!
when it comes to siding, do you insulate the same way as using any other product? Live on Long Island (NY) and it can get pretty cold in the winter. How does it hold up in the winter? Does is get pitted or rusted? Is it easy to replace
could you please tell me who the siding manufacturer is thank you so much for your time.
hi, Metal siding comes from Metal Suppliers like: http://www.berridge.com http://www.drexmet.com your roofer/siding contractor/installer would work with a local distributor.
Can you tell me who manufactures the siding? Thank you!
the building moisture and air barrier (and vapor barrier depending on climate). Your local experts will give you the best recommendations, but the siding shown in these images is only the outermost shell.
“Poltronas paracas” — mlolasb
shou sugi ban
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The blinds appear not to be an integral part of the windows but applied to the siding almost as a separate sun screen. Are they remote controlled? Brand? Thank you.
Siding & roof & how they meet
shou sugi ban burnt japanese cypress siding
For studio, long structure for facilities on one side, big longer room on the other
exterior siding, platonic form, 'charred' cedar siding
example of charred wood siding (carbonized)
Carbonized (that is, charred) siding is a powerful statement and, as such, is well suited to simple forms and details that allow the dramatic finish to take center stage. The charred siding of the Prescott Passive House above underscores the handsome restraint of the form.The home is a product of an
“black siding. love” — laurannalie
chadbourne + doss architects
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Lobster Boat Residence
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What is the material used for the wide siding?
We were looking into James Hardie concrete commercial siding for our house. We were told that there would be visible nails in every panel. Is this accurate?
fiber cement called 'Cembonit'. This siding comes with color matched fasteners, and they don't really stick out. Good luck with your project!
Hi. There are gaps at the corners. The siding is installed over a rainscreen. Thanks for your interest.
This siding is an integral color fiber cement product
using. 'Hardieplank' is a horizontal lapped siding, and if it's smaller in profile, the nails are under the overlap, so you don't see them. 'Hardiepanel' comes in big sheets, and you will see the fasteners. Typically these are painted out the color of the siding, so they go away. The product above is
“large horizontal hardie panels” — rroller
Stephenson Design Collective
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Elemental Design LLC
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how are the cement lap siding corners mitred,it looks great without corner boards
seen these corners done not by mitering, but butt joints with a small gap left for expansion and a type of caulk that expands and contracts with the siding. This is significantly more time consuming than corner boards.
Hardi plank siding 2 forms, panel and plank
This house uses fiber reinforced concrete paneling. A versatile, practical, and virtually maintenance-free siding option.
Materials Cement panels and lap siding
Paint siding on our house a grey/white
Siding and Exterior MaterialsWood, fiber cement, stucco, stone, brick, metal and more can be used as an exterior siding material. Which makes the most sense for your home? Would it be vinyl lap siding, which is very cost effective but can buckle; or wood lap siding, which is costly and needs refinishing
“nothing” — kpalceski
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