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Full gator Shou Sugi ban timber entrance door with bronze recessed handle, bronze biometric entry with digital lock by The Cave architecture and design

We apply a wood hardener to the charred area in an effort to stabilize the juniper before beginning work.

We apply a wood hardener to the charred area in an effort to stabilize the juniper before beginning work.

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows, on a budget of $500. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade made of windows of varying sizes, giving it an artistic flair that is both rustic and modern. More than anything, though, it is a representation of the couple's diligent and penny-pinching efforts.

Located in the mountains of West Virginia, photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz have built their own enchanting retreat made out of discarded windows. The towering home away from home boasts a creative facade (.

technique de bois brule japonaise shou-sugi-ban

The Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood called shou-sugi-ban is used to develop Chroma wood panels, available from Architectural Systems Inc.

Yakisugi - японская технология обработки дерева работа с деревом, Деревообработка, дерево, видео, длиннопост

I love the Shou Sugi Ban technique! I love the nztural grain look rather than the gator skin look. I want this as a wall or huge headboard in my room at the cabin

SUPERKUL shou sugi ban charred kebony wood.

SUPERKüL by reSAWN TIMBER co. features Kebony shou sugi ban specifically designed to create a beautifully CHARRED for exterior siding.

Shou Sugi Ban 焼杉板 (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it with fire. Traditionally, Sugi wood (cryptomeria japonica L.f., also called Japanese cedar) was used. The process involves charring the wood, cooling it, cleaning it, and finishing it with a natural oil.Today Shou Sugi Ban is an environmentally friendly way to preserve timber and (paradoxically) make it fire-resistant. Chemical preservatives, paints, and retardants are…

Shou Sugi Ban 焼杉板 (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique…