Barkley Street

A modern home in an area of heritage housing was always going to be a balance act between pushing façade chic and pulling it back to fitting into its surroundings. The use of black colorbond could also result in oil-canning, a rippling effect you don’t want. The use of interlocking panels reduces the rippling effect and its design creates a modern yet elegant façade style.  Combining all of the other cladding and fixtures, The Barkley Street home went onto winning 5 wards including ‘House of the Year’ over 1.5 million.