Tamar St Residence contemporary-exterior
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Tamar St Residence Contemporary Exterior, Canberra - Queanbeyan

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Andrea Walker wrote:
Roof over the front door - Can you tell me what the roof is made of over the front door as I'm trying to get ideas for a way to shield my own front entrance.
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Hi Andrea, the awning is a rolled stainless steel sheet around a structural steel frame. The awning has a delicate edge as we tapered the frame along the length of the cantilever.
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Andrea Walker
Looks gorgeous, good job!
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Rasan wrote:
Colours - Hi, I was wondering which colour you used for the exterior walls.
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Hi Rasan - thanks for your question, it was Antique White USA

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Liz Bendeich wrote:
Timber - Hi there could you please advise what timber was used for the slats above and for the gate. Was your gate made locally?
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justinekoll wrote:
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