Traditional shingles are usually associated with period home designs, replete with intricate shapes, heaps, ridges and gables, as well as steeper roof pitch. But on this project, architects Kennedy & Nolan chose the sheer lines of a pyramidal shape, and the plain and vivid colour of raw terracotta.
The result is a landmark that will age nicely and stand the test of time, probably becoming a classic example in a future near us.
|This is not in Egypt, but in a Melbourne leafy inner suburb...|
|Making sure the shingles are aligned !|
|Getting there ...|
|Always on top of things !|
|A timeless pyramid shape ...|
|Another best kept secret in one of Melbourne's leafy suburbs ...|
But to keep it simple, we have a number of picture galleries on our website, for you to draw inspiration from. And if it is not enough, we are just a phone call away for some serious advice. We shall speak soon !