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A Eurotray® Angle Seam case study

When Dravitzki Brown Architecture was approached to design a family home near Queenstown, the brief was straightforward: “A simple form, with impeccable detailing”.

The Golden Triangle

The owners wanted something that sat elegantly and easily on the land – a flat site with a northwest aspect at Speargrass Flat, part of what is known locally as “the Golden Triangle”, with views of Coronet Peak.

As Alister Brown, of Dravitzki Brown Architecture, explains, “The Ebbinge House is an uncomplicated gable pavilion with attached garage, and true to the client’s brief maintains clean, elegant lines and simplistic form.

The wow factor comes from clever detailing, impeccable workmanship and smart cladding choices.”

With that in mind, Alister chose to wrap a large proportion of the house in Dimond’s Eurotray Angle Seam profile.

“We chose Eurotray® due to its durability, low maintenance and because it can be seamlessly transitioned from roof to walls to give the look of a single, pure form”.

That philosophy is best illustrated on the northern face of the home, where the roof flows down to the walls with the seams of the Eurotray® lining up beautifully with the frames of the recessed windows and doors.

“It’s incredibly difficult to do and requires huge attention to detail when you are setting it out,” says Alister. “You can make different cuts of sheet so that not every sheet has to be exactly the same so you do have a bit of tolerance in a material that might seem inflexible.”

Reputation of the product is only as worthy as the tradesman who install it Alister says selecting a Dimond architectural profile came with the assurance that they also had certified installers with a high degree of training capable of achieving flawless detailing.

He says, “The reputation of a good product is only as worthy as the tradesmen who install it. On this occasion, the RoofingSmiths Queenstown were awarded the task of bringing the intricate detailing to life.

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Dravitzki Brown

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RoofingSmiths Queenstown

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Queenstown

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Roof to wall detail with Eurotray® Angle Seam

A Eurotray® Angle Seam case study

When Dravitzki Brown Architecture was approached to design a family home near Queenstown, the brief was straightforward: “A simple form, with impeccable detailing”.

The Golden Triangle

The owners wanted something that sat elegantly and easily on the land – a flat site with a northwest aspect at Speargrass Flat, part of what is known locally as “the Golden Triangle”, with views of Coronet Peak.

As Alister Brown, of Dravitzki Brown Architecture, explains, “The Ebbinge House is an uncomplicated gable pavilion with attached garage, and true to the client’s brief maintains clean, elegant lines and simplistic form.

The wow factor comes from clever detailing, impeccable workmanship and smart cladding choices.”

With that in mind, Alister chose to wrap a large proportion of the house in Dimond’s Eurotray Angle Seam profile.

“We chose Eurotray® due to its durability, low maintenance and because it can be seamlessly transitioned from roof to walls to give the look of a single, pure form”.

That philosophy is best illustrated on the northern face of the home, where the roof flows down to the walls with the seams of the Eurotray® lining up beautifully with the frames of the recessed windows and doors.

“It’s incredibly difficult to do and requires huge attention to detail when you are setting it out,” says Alister. “You can make different cuts of sheet so that not every sheet has to be exactly the same so you do have a bit of tolerance in a material that might seem inflexible.”

Reputation of the product is only as worthy as the tradesman who install it Alister says selecting a Dimond architectural profile came with the assurance that they also had certified installers with a high degree of training capable of achieving flawless detailing.

He says, “The reputation of a good product is only as worthy as the tradesmen who install it. On this occasion, the RoofingSmiths Queenstown were awarded the task of bringing the intricate detailing to life.

Profile

Eurotray® Angle Seam

Colour

Slate

Architect

Dravitzki Brown

Installer

RoofingSmiths Queenstown

Region

Queenstown

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Roof to wall detail with Eurotray® Angle Seam

A Eurotray® Angle Seam case study

When Dravitzki Brown Architecture was approached to design a family home near Queenstown, the brief was straightforward: “A simple form, with impeccable detailing”.

The Golden Triangle

The owners wanted something that sat elegantly and easily on the land – a flat site with a northwest aspect at Speargrass Flat, part of what is known locally as “the Golden Triangle”, with views of Coronet Peak.

As Alister Brown, of Dravitzki Brown Architecture, explains, “The Ebbinge House is an uncomplicated gable pavilion with attached garage, and true to the client’s brief maintains clean, elegant lines and simplistic form.

The wow factor comes from clever detailing, impeccable workmanship and smart cladding choices.”

With that in mind, Alister chose to wrap a large proportion of the house in Dimond’s Eurotray Angle Seam profile.

“We chose Eurotray® due to its durability, low maintenance and because it can be seamlessly transitioned from roof to walls to give the look of a single, pure form”.

That philosophy is best illustrated on the northern face of the home, where the roof flows down to the walls with the seams of the Eurotray® lining up beautifully with the frames of the recessed windows and doors.

“It’s incredibly difficult to do and requires huge attention to detail when you are setting it out,” says Alister. “You can make different cuts of sheet so that not every sheet has to be exactly the same so you do have a bit of tolerance in a material that might seem inflexible.”

Reputation of the product is only as worthy as the tradesman who install it Alister says selecting a Dimond architectural profile came with the assurance that they also had certified installers with a high degree of training capable of achieving flawless detailing.

He says, “The reputation of a good product is only as worthy as the tradesmen who install it. On this occasion, the RoofingSmiths Queenstown were awarded the task of bringing the intricate detailing to life.

Profile

Eurotray® Angle Seam

Colour

Slate

Architect

Dravitzki Brown

Installer

RoofingSmiths Queenstown

Region

Queenstown

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