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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Modern Residence Uses Light Wood and Dark Metal To Blend Into Wooden Valleys

CARGO Architecture, Villa Boreale, Residence, Quebec, Canada, Dave Tremblay 1Px Photography When designing architecture within lush landscapes, designers often choose a natural building palette. Natural building materials allow for a structure to blend, rather than detract, from its surroundings. For their contemporary residence, Villa Boréale, in Charlevoix, a young couple commissioned CARGO Architecture. (more…)

Color-Changing Alucobond Plus Used To Create Hotel’s Three-Dimensional Window Frames

Novotel Wembley Olympic Way, London, HTA Design, Booth Muirie, Alucobond Spectra, Richard Gooding There are a number of benefits to modular building including the ease of construction, as the materials are prefabricated off-site, and the reduction of on-site waste and sizing. Additionally, prefabrication leaves less room for on-site human error. (more…)