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Modern Homes with Cedar Facades

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Charred, stained, bleached, or untreated, the seemingly endless aesthetic options of cedar makes it an appealing building material.

Carle revived the home’s exterior by recladding it in fresh cedar planks, local stone, and black anodized aluminum.
The bach, which is rented as a vacation home when not being used by its owners, gives a range of spaces to escape to...
The metal cladding, inspired by a nearby zinc mine, continues seamlessly onto the house’s roof for a minimalist shed...
While the house overlooks an estuary on its north side, little about the interior is revealed from the street-facing...
The house, which is located near Oxford, is clad in cedar.
New Yorkers Catherine Greenman and Richard D’Albert spend weekends with their four children at the house, which is clad...
Bernstein reconfigured the entryway to the street level; guests ascend to the main living space.
Inspired by Sydney Opera House, Maynard, and Austin paid careful attention to the extension’s “fifth elevation"—the way...
The two separate structures were given a visual unity by cladding them with a specially fire-treated cedar siding on...
Cooke clad the building in a black-stained, sustainably-grown Canadian cedar, a durable choice that ages well and...
At night, subtle light fixtures provide soft ambient light.
The front entrance is located next to the garage.
A simple black box in many ways, the Ankersvingen Annex succeeds with its simplicity; it adds space without subtracting...
"The typical Cape Cod house built by early settlers had very few windows, as they were built to survive a harsh...
The site needed a path that would let residents easily ascend from the bank to the house.
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