Baring Terrace

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three different types of wood are on display
Shou-sugi-ban / Charred Wood Siding / Burnt Wood Siding: This technique adds beauty and longevity to wood siding. Traditionally, cedar was burnt in Japan to increase the wood's resistance to insects and fire. It creates beautiful and one-of-a-kind appearances that have not been found in traditional wood products. Using species such as cypress and yellow pine, we use our burning technique to produce amazing siding, paneling, and flooring products.
a piece of wood sitting on top of a cement floor
Shou sugi ban- Devised as a way to make wood less susceptible to fire and to keep away insects and rot, this longstanding Japanese method involves torching your building materials
three different views of the same building
DOVECOTE STUDIO - despiertaYmira
The Dovecote Studio by Haworth Tompkins Architecture in Suffolk, United Kingdom. An artist's studio inserted into a ruined Victorian dovecote.
a house that is made out of wood and has a walkway leading to the front door
The New Home on the Block That Uses 90% Less Energy
“Even when the Kirio system is not connected to the router, it’s constantly downloading information about energy usage.” —Tiffany Bowie, architect
a wooden closet with clothes hanging on it
INTERIOR PROJECTS
NY-based Axis Mundi Design, in collaboration with the founder of Yogasmoga, selected reSAWN’s KINOKO shou sugi ban charred reclaimed hemlock and TORA shou sugi ban charred cypress for the newest Yogasmoga location in Fashion Island.