Modern Warehouse Living in MelbourneContemporary Exterior, Melbourne

Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary split-level green exterior in Melbourne with mixed siding and a flat roof. —  Houzz
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Julia Fairley added this to Picture Perfect: 33 Homes with Eye-Catching External Features2 Feb 2019

5. Polycarbonate skin. Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Bellemo & Cat

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Adam Hobill : Design added this to From Fenestration to Folly: Architectural Jargon Explained29 Mar 2017

Contemporary architecture is considered to be innovative, responsive to the site and climate, and generally forward-looking. For that reason, contemporary designs are often highly unique buildings that evoke polarising opinions.Browse contemporary exterior designs

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Rebecca Gross added this to The Translucent Trend of Polycarbonate Panels13 Feb 2016

They have a distinctive designPolycarbonate panels can be manipulated for a range of distinctive design applications, including being cut into different shapes, moulded into corrugated or textured forms, or printed with various colours. This house in inner-city Melbourne, aptly called ‘Polygreen’, has been fully encased in a translucent polycarbonate skin printed with an abstract pattern to introduce more ‘green’ into the neighbourhood, and to create a striking decorative effect from the inside.The green colour trend

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Lunchbox Architect added this to Superb Aussie Family Homes Pop Up in Leftover Urban Spaces27 Apr 2015

Polygreen pops up in a car parkDown a narrow laneway in Melbourne’s inner-north, this vibrant green warehouse-like home by Michael Bellemo and Cat Macleod, co-directors of Bellemo & Cat Architects, popped up on top of a car park. The husband and wife team had been looking at land all over Melbourne to build a family home for themselves. “When we saw this sad, old car park with a huge drainage easement along one edge, we knew no-one else would see its potential as a spacious, north-facing home. And because no-one saw its potential, we bought it for a great price!” says Macleod. Australian homes embracing street art

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Vasav Interiors added this to swati4's ideas1 Jan 2018

They have a distinctive designPolycarbonate panels can be manipulated for a range of distinctive design applications, including being cut into different shapes, moulded into corrugated or textured forms, or printed with various colours. This house in inner-city Melbourne, aptly called ‘Polygreen’, has been fully encased in a translucent polycarbonate skin printed with an abstract pattern to introduce more ‘green’ into the neighbourhood, and to create a striking decorative effect from the inside.The green colour trend

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mwea5 added this to mwea5's ideas17 Apr 2016

polycarbonate panels are 200 times stronger than glass

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xhousejunkie added this to outdoor view of houses22 May 2015

The home is clad in durable translucent fiberglass — the type you find on shed roofs — with a custom pattern printed underneath.

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Jennifer Reynolds added this to Jennifer Burch's Ideas21 May 2015

This is a great space and idea about looking for unused space

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snakes added this to Outdoor Spaces and Features18 May 2015

Another look at the fiberglass surround.

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