Message - Re: corrugated steel siding

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Posted by  Kiwi on August 27, 2003 at 00:18:49:

In Reply to:  corrugated steel siding posted by Hayes on August 26, 2003 at 12:27:27:

Corrugated steel has been used quite extensively as cladding locally (New Zealand). Check out -§ionid=207

Have a look at the Epsom House and Sharek House (Here the architect uses a larger scale (commercial) corrugate - its the grey cladding on the left). The photos arent particularly clear. Just yell if you want more info.

Also - have a look at Glen Murcutt who won the Pritzker Prize last year. He probably operates in a different climate to you (you dont actually mention where you are from) but he might help.

Hope that helps

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