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Perhaps slide a thin piece of aluminum flashing up under the aluminum siding so that it overlaps the lower flashing. Attach it with a few nails just under the lip of the siding and spray the nail heads with the spray rubber stuff or put a dab of caulk over them.
Conventional stick framing in North America has you build the floor first, then build a wood wall on that platform. If your pretend world doesn't have lumber mills, then google yurt.
Why not buy the pipe, and make the marks based on that. That is, have a level, hold the pipe up and level it, then mark where it touches the wall. A friend would help, so might hanging or otherwise supporting the pipe from either above or below as you do this.
The terms / phrase you want to use with your local home improvement store are "outside corner moulding". I've seen a very broad selection of this at Lowes and Home Depot in my area, so there's bound to be something there that you'd find acceptable. If not, you may be able to find a lexan or polycarbonate outside corner moulding on the internet. Were this my ...
Most refrigerators have options to swap the side that the refrigerator door is hinged from. If this is an available option on your unit you may want to consider swapping the hinge side so that the door swings open the opposite way. It is hard to tell from your picture if the unit you have offers this option. If yours is a refrigerator that has split ...
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