January 2022 – New Details

 

This month we have a bumper selection of details – looking at different material transitions. What does this mean? Well, using two materials to help break up a building volume, differentiate, or draw attention to different areas of the building.

Specifically, we have explored the transitions between zinc cladding, timber cladding, brick and clay hung tiles and how they meet the ground. Another great set of details – hope you find them useful! See the full set below.

DL62 – Zinc to Brick Transition Detail

DL63 – Zinc Cladding to Ground Transition Detail

DL64 – Zinc Cladding to Ground Transition Detail

DL65 – Zinc to Brick Transition Detail Flush Elevation

DL66 – Zinc to Ground Transition Detail flush elevation

DL67 – Clay Tiles to Brick Transition Detail

DL68 – Clay Tiles to Ground Transition Detail

DL69 – Clay Tiles to Ground Transition Detail timber frame

DL70 – Clay Tiles to Brick Transition Flush Elevation

DL71 – Clay Tiles to Ground Transition Flush Elevation

DL72 – Timber Cladding to Brick Transition Detail

DL73 – Timber Cladding to Ground Transition Detail

DL74 – Timber Cladding to Ground Transition Detail

DL75 – Timber Cladding to Brick Transition Detail Flush Elevation

DL76 – Timber Cladding to Ground Transition Detail Flush Elevation

DL77 – Timber Cladding to Brick Transition Detail

DL78 – Timber Cladding to Ground Transition Detail Recessed Cladding

DL79 – Horizontal Tongue and Groove Timber Cladding Detail

DL80 – Horizontal Shiplap Timber Cladding Detail

DL81 – Horizontal Open Gap Timber Cladding Detail

DL82 – Horizontal Feather Edge Timber Cladding Detail

DL83 – Vertical Tongue and Groove Timber Cladding

DL84 – Vertical Shiplap Timber Cladding Detail

DL85 – Vertical Board on Board Timber Cladding Detail

DL86 – Timber Shingle Cladding Detail

Inspiration

These details have been inspired by:

Credits:  Nash Baker Architects | Photo Nick Guttridge

Credits: Lockyer Architects | Photo Scott Burrows Photography

Credits:  EVA Architecten | Photo Sebastian van Damme

Credits: Annabelle Tugby Architects | Photo Our Studio