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Last, what is an ideabook on corrugated metal without an actual Quonset hut? This project in South Carolina – a house and office for the architects – incorporates an existing World War II surplus hut instead of tearing it down. The sides of the structure, which contains the living and dining and kitchen spaces, are opened up with windows, so the impression of the Quonset hut is reduced, aided no doubt by the choice to paint the corrugated metal red.Read more:Houzz Tour: Delhi Barsati Redux…With Shipping Container SheetsTell us:Have you used an unconventional material for designing your home? Tell us about it in the Comments below.
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Iron sheets as we call them have a capability to do more modern and exquisite designs beyond our normal capability thoughts...just need to find a design that incorporates the weakness of the bottom parts rusting and it does provide a unique and fresh approach especially with the clear corrugates sheets in place of the aluminum windows offers for use of perspex as an alternative but very inspiring