With its rosey orange hues, copper has become a popular option for jewellery and wall cladding in recent years. The malleable metal works well with a broad range of materials and colours, adding warmth, reflection, and contrast to a house. Copper colour patterns and variations are even more intriguing and startling when used as a cladding material. Since the earliest expression of the forms and arts, climate and architecture have been inexorably connected. With the advancement of techniques and technology, this connection has also evolved. We are no longer looking for temporary shelter, but rather for structures that can withstand and eventually transcend the weathering process. Cladding materials are now designed to be both robust and readily maintained in their original condition, allowing buildings to be captured and retained in their finished state.