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Copper Clad House - Graux & Baeyens - the untreated copper cladding will oxidise over time, gradually changing colour from golden brown to vivid turquoise on the walls and roof of this house, giving the building "a poetic impermanence"

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Gallery of Moore Studio / Omar Gandhi Architect - 11

Moore Studio, Omar Gandhi Architect, Hubbards, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2012 © Greg Richardson Photography Cite: "Moore Studio / Omar Gandhi Architect" 21 Sep 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 06 Sep 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=272860>

London-based Studio Webb added the red-zinc extension over the roof of the Victorian primary school in Battersea, creating two extra classrooms on a new second floor.

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House 11 x 11 / Titus Bernhard Architekten

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Gallery of Escobar Renovation / Chen + Suchart Studio - 6