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Futuristic Home Features Iridescent Alucobond Spectra In Impressive Abstract Exterior

Andrea Daemon and Andreas Doser of ad2 architekten ZT are known for their abstract geometric designs. The Austrian-duo have a series of angled architectural projects that transform the traditional residential model.

Australian Home Features Stunning Alucobond PLUS Roof That Mimics Gum Leaf Design

The Vineyard House, Kangaroo Ground, was built with a variety of natural building materials. The home sits above a 12-hectare vineyard and takes full advantage of the spectacular views as its anchored into the hillside.

Addition Of Geometric Alucobond Creates Modern Exterior For Australian Residence


Project Name: Euston Street Residence
Project Location: Malvern, Victoria, Australia
Alucobond Materials: Smoke Silver Metallic
Architect/Designers: 2bscene Design
Fabricator/Installer: Iskandar Construction
Builder: Knight Building Group
Construction: ENV Constructions
Photography: Iskandar Construction

Residential dwellings that employ Alucobond aluminum composite cladding have a unique appearance. Particularly prominent in Australia, the use of ACM in the US residential market is less established. The Australian residential market however utilizes ACM for its light weight, durability and modern aesthetic. Often seen in whites and neutral colors, the use of metallic ACM is seen even less often, making the Euston Street Residence an incomparable design.

NEW Harwyn Alucobond Office Pods Continue To Revolutionize Modular Design

The award-winning Harwyn office pods have taken the design world by storm offering beautifully designed prefabricated modular spaces. The small team at Harwyn is dedicated to innovative design working with the “100 to 1 concept ratio” which, as the designers explain, “…for every 100 great ideas we put to paper, one will emerge as exceptional to make its way from sketchpad to design.”