Random Applied Coverage (RAC)


The Nature of the oak riven shingles calls I think for a more playful application pattern, so no snap lines or uniform exposure out the end, hanging the shingles was strictly a matter of sense and speculation. In fact it often came down to choosing a lay that stuck out more on one side than the other just to make things interesting. And what began with simply off-set exposures somehow evolved into flowing and criss-crossing lines, bulges and dips with an outcome looking something like a shaggy mop. But in the good way.


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