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MeadowviewContemporary House Exterior, London

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Design ideas for a white contemporary two floor house exterior in London with wood cladding. —  Houzz
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lou_tuckerLouise Benjamin Architectural Services wrote:16 April 2018
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    Platform 5 Architects
    4 years ago

    Hi Louise,

    Thank you for your enquiry. The timber clad first floor element has
    softwood timber infill panels and is clad in untreated sustainably sourced
    sweet chestnut.

    Kind regards

    Platform 5 Architects

shepsathomeshepsathome wrote:10 February 2015
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    Platform 5 Architects
    7 years ago
felicity_arkellFelicity Arkell wrote:25 May 2015
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- Hi - I am contacting you from betty a tv production company in London. We are currently making a new primetime gardening series for C4. As part of this programme we want to show various stills of different gabion walls around the UK, and I was wondering if we could use this image? Thanks, Felicity

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    The Energy Specialist added this to Lifestyle: How to Feng Shui Your Home For The Winter Solstice24 October 2014

    Lead energy up the garden path The joy of the winter solstice is that it highlights the weaknesses surrounding a property that may otherwise not be noticed when the sun is shining and the garden in full bloom. The footpath up to a main entrance needs to be smooth and weed free as it is vital to guide the energy supply to the front door. A weed covered driveway with damp mossy areas and broken paving is not the best start to the new year as the energy supply will be depleted before it arrives at your home. Strong planting and lighting along the approach to your front door will also encourage a good energy supply to the house. See creative ways to disguise your rubbish bin

    Jo Simmons added this to 10 Ideas for Front Gardens That Sneak in a Parking Space30 July 2014

    Create a curveFront gardens with a driveway often suffer from being rather straight – both in shape and style! Building a curved driveway that becomes a path to the front door creates some movement and energy. A mix of lawn and planting further boosts the interest outside this stylish home.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    p_moorm8 added this to p_moorm8's Ideas22 February 2020

    Gabbion wall, also if you need to have some rendering keep it at ground floor level for easy maintenance

    thomasskew07 added this to Cladding and facade colours17 April 2019

    Patinad cladding on top is nice

    Jason O Grady added this to Jason's ideas9 April 2019

    Use of gabeens, boxy style of the house

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