Terracotta Shingle - Boral

Last year we shared some photos on our website and Facebook page, of a renovation we did for a Californian Bungalow in Hawthorn. This house was in a Heritage Overlay and had a covenant from the 1920s stating that all buildings must have a roof made wholly of slates or tiles and, walls constructed wholly of brick. The project architect carefully selected materials to create a fresh and contemporary addition to this heritage home. The main cladding used for this contemporary extension was a Boral terracotta roof shingle (also used for the roof) which complied with the overlay and covenant.

For more images and information about this project you can visit our projects page here: http://www.janeriddellarchitects.com.au/shingle-house

For more information on the Boral Roof Tiles visit their website:


The project was also shortlisted in the Think Brick Awards you can view the TBA booklet here:


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