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Modern Warehouse Living in Melbourne Contemporary Exterior, Melbourne

Peter Hyatt
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Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary split-level green exterior in Melbourne with mixed siding and a flat roof. — Houzz

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lunchbox Architect added this to Superb Aussie Family Homes Pop Up in Leftover Urban Spaces
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
Rebecca Gross added this to The Translucent Trend of Polycarbonate Panels
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
Adam Hobill : Design added this to From Fenestration to Folly: Architectural Jargon Explained
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
Julia Fairley added this to Picture Perfect: 33 Homes with Eye-Catching External Features
5. Polycarbonate skin. Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Bellemo & Cat

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Vasav Interiors added this to swati4's ideas
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
mwea5 added this to mwea5's ideas
polycarbonate panels are 200 times stronger than glass
daanania added this to outdoor view of houses
The home is clad in durable translucent fiberglass — the type you find on shed roofs — with a custom pattern printed underneath.
Jennifer Reynolds added this to Jennifer Burch's Ideas
This is a great space and idea about looking for unused space
snakes added this to Outdoor Spaces and Features
Another look at the fiberglass surround.

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