Rachel Nolan and Steven Farrell’s weekend house is located a couple of blocks from the beach on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula. The vertical wood cladding is unfinished spotted gum, a local timber.
When renovating a Victorian in Toronto, the architects juxtaposed the home’s 125-year-old red brick façade with vertical, black-stained cedar cladding at the back.
Arba, the architecture firm founded by Jean-Baptiste Barache and Sihem Lamine, designed a 1,786-square-foot residence for Dominique Jacquot 45 minutes outside Paris. The house has four varieties of wood: northern
pine frames the two-bedroom structure and
untreated larch wood is used for the cladding
and window framing.
The house that Henri Sayes designed for himself and his wife, Nicole Stock, is distinguished by a cutaway in the cedar cladding that mirrors the angular double-height space within.
A compact prefab vacation home in the seaside community of Onemana Beach is clad in plywood and vertical timber battens finished in Resene’s Lumbersider paint in Foam.
The exterior of an affordably built home in Austin features vertical, untreated cedar panels.
A family’s house outside the hustle of Amsterdam makes the most of local materials and forms. With its vertical wood slats, the garden fence helps unify the main house and the smaller shed.