A twist on a VogueWall makes for a distinguished entrance
20 December 2015
Given it is one of the first features of the home to be noticed, a Byron resident wanted their front entrance wall to be distinguished from all others and intrinsically match with the homes design. The owner wanted the wall to have a modern, designer edge that replicated a grand masonry wall. Creating privacy as well as maximising the use of their front yard space was critical.
A VogueWall with flushed post capping and beautifully stained timber posts connected seamlessly with the overall house design that utilised the same stained timber window frames and garage door. The wall was incredibly cost effective given no masonry or bricklayer was utilized. This wall also shows the ModularWalls expressed joint feature. The expressed joint profile takes the place of the usual wall joining system and thus creates an architectural joint feature between horizontal panels. The placement of the wall integrated with clever landscaping, clearly defines the homes boundary and allowed the owners to utilise every inch of the property.