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After decades of unadorned facades, homes are going glam with cheeky murals, ornamental tiling – even outdoor wallpaper
British artist and designer Richard Woods, who created this colourful take on wood siding, says he now does as much exterior work as interior.
Ottawa artist Christopher Griffin was inspired by African structures in this etched treatment of his home’s exterior.
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London’s FAT architects are collaborating with ceramic artist Grayson Perry on this whimsical residence called A House for Essex.
Toronto firm GH3 has designed a series of aged-copper panels for a home in Rosedale, in a colour that echoes the neighbourhood masonry.