Berkshire House exteriorModern House Exterior, Boston

Location: West Stockbridge, MA
Completion Date: 2007
Size: 2,227 sf
Typology Series: L Series
Modules: 6 Boxes & Butterfly Roof

o Bedrooms: 3
o Baths: 2
o Features: Media Room, Roof Deck, Outdoor Fireplace, Screen Porch
o Environmentally Friendly Features: Geothermal Heating/Cooling System

o Exterior: Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels, Galvalume Metal Roof, Ipe Wood Decking
o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Caesar Stone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Cherry Cabinets, Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding

Project Description:

A modification of the 2-Bar Bridge, L Series typology, the Berkshire House is a further development of the original concept for the Dwell Home.

Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz
Project Architect: Brian Thomas
Project Team: Michael MacDonald
Manufacturer: Simplex Industries
Engineers: Lynne Walshaw P.E., Greg Sloditskie
Contractor: Small Building Company
Photographer: © RES4

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Tugman Studio added this to Beyond Brick – Alternative Materials For Your Extension’s Exterior12 May 2016

Composite claddingWhile more commonly found on larger commercial buildings, composite cladding panels can be used on residential builds, creating an ordered and precise effect.TELL US…Which is your favourite look here? What is your own extension clad with? Share your thoughts and photos in the Comments below.

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fancyf added this to For Lahni And Rhian And Garrett5 October 2020

This and black corrugated metal my two favourite sidings.

jspann added this to ISLES-Lanai/ODKitchenArea28 August 2020

Fiber cement cladding is impervious to rot, warp, cracking, fire and insects, and it can be painted with lasting results.

Abbey Farrell added this to My ideas14 August 2020

potentially a good option as a portion of the cladding to contrast between, say the euroclad look, cost effective and looks alright with the negative detail. But it would have to be tinted like this pic as the concrete look won't do it for me.

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