More stories about Exteriors

  • fire brand

    nagle hartray danker kagan mckay penney: Architect James L. Nagle often uses lead-coated copper on home exteriors to make fireplace enclosures.

  • the other side of siding

    I like wool, silk, and cotton, exterior cladding materials such as cedar, stucco, and brick have stood the test of time and fashion. But they aren't the only fabrics in the sewing box.

  • The Trouble with EIFS

    For the first 15 years that they were used as residential cladding, exterior insulation and finish systems, or EIFS, were regarded as an affordable, attractive, and easy-to-apply exterior finish.

  • norway: nordic track

    The architect of this 3,000-square-foot house in southeastern Norway, Einar Dahle, isn't one for hyperbole.