Residential Houses in the United Kingdom
By showing you this range of beautiful homes, we would like to inspire you to design your next residential project with the Trespa® Meteon® product range. You can be confident that not only will they look wonderful, but that they will look this good for a long time.
Trespa® Meteon® - High-end aesthetics, lasting quality
Trespa® Meteon®is engineered for exterior coverings such as façade cladding, balcony panelling, sunblinds, soffits and other demanding applications. Thanks to the wide variety of options on offer, there’s a perfect match for almost every architectural vision. A broad selection of innovative finishes and striking effects, bespoke and standard colours, allow you to play with abstract variations, colours and natural appearances.
PRIVATE HOUSE, STEEPLE MORDEN
The form of the building was created by owner / developer David Grainger with Trespa® products in mind. He says: "Having seen this material used for offices in and around London and major residential apartment buildings, I decided to use the product on the house." He adds: "It was well worth doing, particularly in respect of the low-maintenance requirements of the product."
CORNELL HOUSE, WOTHORPE
This private house stands in an exclusive part of Stamford, which is a beautiful historic Georgian Town in Lincolnshire (UK). The architectural style is very contemporary for that region but fits in a unique and attractive way with the surroundings.
RESIDENTIAL HOUSES HUGH WEBSTER SQUARE, HULL
Location: Hull, United Kingdom
Architect: Hodson Architects
Trespa® Product: Trespa® Meteon® (Uni Colours)
The villas were developed using modular build with the aim of achieving government sustainability targets. Trespa® Meteon® was used in a radical, colourful way on every elevation of the build, combining aesthetics with sustainability.
PRIVATE HOUSE, POOLE
This development consists of two spectacular residential houses. The natural touch is enhanced by the use of Trespa® Meteon®NM07 Casted Grey, which is part of our Naturals collection. The developer was the first to use Casted Grey in the UK. They are always looking for new finishes to give a unique look to their developments.
BERKELEY HOUSE, WOTHORPE
Trespa® Meteon® NW02 Elegant Oak is chosen for the Berkeley House project in Wothorpe. A new departure for a traditional builder who wanted a crisp modern appearance yet using materials with a traditional nature. The use of Wood decors gives a warm elegance to the façade.