Aspendale Residence Roof: from Structure to Cladding

We have recently completed work at a beautiful beach facing residence in Aspendale VIC. The curved roof that envelops the whole house is clad in VM Zinc Autumn Red Standing Seam Panels. The photographs below show the cladding process form the existing steel structure to the laying of the corrugated galvanized sheet and the plywood substrate and finally the Zinc Cladding. An interesting feature is the curved corrugated galvanized sheet which saved time and labor during installation and which guarantees perfect waterproofing of the whole roof.  

The project was designed by Architects: Craig Sinclair and Dale Warren with the contribution of  Peter Koh.

The supply and installation of the cladding and substructure were done by Architectural Cladding Australia Pty Ltd.

The photographs are courtesy of and were made by Peter Koh. 

 Aspendale Residence - Roof Structure before cladding

Aspendale Residence - Roof Structure before cladding

 Aspendale Residence - Roof Structure before cladding

Aspendale Residence - Roof Structure before cladding

 Aspendale Residence - Roof Substructure

Aspendale Residence - Roof Substructure

 Aspendale Residence - Newly installed Zinc Cladding

Aspendale Residence - Newly installed Zinc Cladding

 Aspendale Residence - Standing Seam Zinc Cladding

Aspendale Residence - Standing Seam Zinc Cladding

 Aspendale Residence - Standing Seam Zinc Cladding - Staggered Joints 

Aspendale Residence - Standing Seam Zinc Cladding - Staggered Joints 

 Aspendale Residence - Zinc Clad Roof enveloping the building

Aspendale Residence - Zinc Clad Roof enveloping the building

 Aspendale Residence - Standing Seam Zinc Cladding

Aspendale Residence - Standing Seam Zinc Cladding