exterior products

  • the outsider

    E. Cobb Architects: Western red cedar cladding.

     
  • round the bend

    In lieu of drywall, PLUSone turns to flexible architectural panels from Interior Products of Brunswick, Ga., for architectural detailing. “In a ceiling, you can use it as the finish without any other treatment,” Baird explains.

     
  • tri this

    Plusone Design + Construction: Aluminum store-front framing from Kawneer North America.

     
  • a lovely mesh

    Plusone Design + Donstruction: Metal mesh from W.S. Tyler.

     
  • hardie appetite

    studio modera: James Hardie Building Products. Supplee tends to favor siding products from James Hardie because “Montana's harsh winters can [wreak] havoc” on home exteriors.

     
  • sources

    Product information from RADA 2007's winning projects.

     
  • surface appeal

    It's not easy to design a handsome building, no matter what its type. You have to get so many elements just right if you want it to rise above the mediocre or mundane. You have to nail the usual to-do list of massing, scale, proportion, and detail. But gr

     
  • Fixed Slate

    Moskow Architects: Camara Slate Products' unfading green slate tiles are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and are available in six natural colors.

     
  • Real Appeal

    Donald Powers Architects: No. 1 Grade Blue Label shingles are a premium-grade product for roofs and sidewalls and can be steamed for curved applications. The shingles are comprised of 100 percent defect-free heartwood with a 100 percent edge grain.

     
  • Hardi Boy

    Donald Powers Architects: James Hardie's Hardiplank fiber-cement siding is a durable exterior that resembles wood and resists rotting, cracking and moisture.

     
 
 
 
 
 
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