Collection by Zachary Edelson

Striking Metal-Clad Homes


From corrugated steel to Cor-Ten, metal is a common feature of non-residential roofs and facades. These 6 homes boldly embrace metal as their outwardly-defining feature.

To manage costs, Yarinsky and Bernheimer kept things simple.
The compact 712-square-foot cottage sits on top of a 430-square-foot workshop, where Baker’s firm prototypes and...
Thanks to passive solar and radiant floors, the metal-clad home is comfortable year-round.
Architect Jayna Cooper had never designed a house before, much less played general contractor, when she broke ground on...
The home’s metal cladding is Pac-Clad, a material typically used for roofs.
When Brill purchased his residence, a onetime warehouse for mid-century lighting fixtures, it was subdivided.

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