Award Winning Architect Uses Decorative Mouldings For A Fine Finish

A Phillip Mannerheim design

A Phillip Mannerheim design

A gorgeous, fifty plus square, two storey home recently built in Nicholson Avenue, Mt. Waverley in the French provincial style owes much of its exterior style to the use of lightweight moulds supplied by The Finishing Touch.  Parapet eave moulds on the upper storey and parapet mouldings for the lower storey with complementary stringer mouldings create a fine finish to the building. Six windows are decorated with architraves whilst arches and keystones adorn the five upstairs windows, creating a stunning façade.

A property currently under development has been designed by renowned, award winning Architect Phillip Mannerheim in the French provincial style. The stunning design for the two storey, sixty square home calls upon the use of decorative architectural mouldings to add a distinguished exterior finish to the house. A grand statement is to be made with a large keystone over the balcony whilst windows are to have a highly decorative finish with French provincial window architraves, feature window blocks either side of the windows and window sill mouldings. Also to be featured are eave parapet mouldings, parapet mouldings between the first and second floor with stringer mouldings 400ml beneath the parapet mouldings.

A more modest, yet highly attractive post-modern home of forty squares is also under development in East Doncaster.  The decorative mouldings to be used for this design include under gutter mouldings, parapet mouldings and quoining panels as well as window architraves on all twenty two windows on the house.

Lightweight decorative mouldings have become popular with Architects, Designers and Builders alike, as they save on costs and time, adding a decorative façade and helping create the intended style of the home, whether French provincial, post-modern, Georgian or Mediterranean.

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