The K Valley House designed by Herbst Architects in a farm near Auckland, New Zealand, has been mainly constructed from recycled materials and fittings. The house was designed for a couple in…Continue reading
Corrugated iron is a type of sheet metal that is commonly used in construction for roofing and siding. It is made of thin sheets of steel that are corrugated or folded into a series of ridges and valleys, giving it added strength and durability. The corrugations in the iron help to distribute weight more evenly across the surface, making it less likely to buckle or collapse under the weight of heavy snow or wind. Corrugated iron is also relatively lightweight, which makes it easier to handle and install than other roofing materials.