Architecture · March 10, 2021 0

Exterior Siding Idea – Use Corrugated Metal Siding To Add Texture To A House

Corrugated metal siding is an interesting choice for modern houses, and when SHED Architecture & Design completed the Main Street House in Seattle, Washington, that’s the material they chose to use.

A modern house with corrugated metal siding and a wood front door and window frames.

The house features an exterior of corrugated metal siding from AEP Span.

A modern house with corrugated metal siding.

The corrugated metal siding provides a textural element to the house and allows the wood doors and window frames to stand out.

A modern house with corrugated metal siding, concrete elements, and wood window frames.

To create a seamless look, custom mitered corner panels were used, allowing the horizontal lines on the facades to connect.

A house with corrugated metal siding and wood window frames.

The corrugated metal panels have a finish that is intended to look like zinc.

A modern house with corrugated metal siding.

The metal siding also complements the concrete that’s found on the rear facade of the home and the galvanized metal grating that’s used as a railing for the patio.

A modern house with corrugated metal siding, concrete foundation, and wood window frames.
Photography: Mark Woods | Architecture: SHED Architecture & Design | Contractor: David Gray Construction | Structural Engineer: Harriott Valentine | Landscape Design: Urban Wilds