Fence Made of Charred Wood Shou Sugi Ban

A fence serves as the calling card of our home. It should complement and harmonize with the surrounding architecture and landscape, while also being an attention-grabbing element that one cannot ignore.

Applications of Wood of Fire Charred Boards

Typically, the first application that comes to mind for charred boards is charred cladding.

Shou Sugi Ban: Japanese Wood Preservation Method

Shou Sugi Ban is a traditional Japanese technique of charring wood, which aimed to protect the wood from water, sun damage, and various pests.

The Shou Sugi Ban Technique

In the article about Shou Sugi Ban, we would like to show you that the destructive element of fire can also bring such extraordinary effects as in the case of charred boards.

The modern barn-style house covered with charred Shou Sugi Ban decking boards.

What characterizes a modern barn-style house? Modern barn-style houses typically refer to single-volume buildings with a gabled roof. Classic barn-style house designs are created with the highest energy efficiency in mind.

Charred Shou Sugi Ban Decking Boards from Wood of Fire

A deck at home is a special place where we like to spend leisurely moments, relax, chat, and gather with friends on warm days. It’s important to properly furnish our dream relaxation oasis.

Installation of Shou Sugi Ban Wood of Fire Charred Boards

Shou Sugi Ban charred boards, thanks to the use of a non-toxic charring process and four-sided impregnation, stand out for their exceptional durability and strength. Charred Shou Sugi Ban boards are suitable for standard cladding types.

How durable is a wooden facade made using the Shou Sugi Ban method?

Shou Sugi Ban is a wood preservation method originating from Japan several centuries ago. Charred wood, also known as Yakisugi, is now often chosen by modern architects and builders due to its resilience and unique appearance.

Unique and Durable Wooden Facade

A wooden facade made of charred boards from Wood of Fire is an original way to create a distinctive and long-lasting wooden facade.

Wooden Facade with Siberian Larch

A wooden facade seamlessly fits into both traditional and minimalist architectural styles. Nowadays, architects place great emphasis on wooden facades combined with materials such as metal and glass.

Modern Black Barn in a Holiday Setting

Simplicity and functionality are what currently distinguish modern holiday cottages. These were the guiding principles for the investor who decided to build an escape from the daily hustle and bustle of the city

Step-by-Step Guide to Installing Ventilated Wooden Facade

The installation of the facade is typically one of the last tasks carried out during external construction work. However, it’s important to plan all facade layers properly during the design stage to minimize potential problems during installation.

Office in the Garden

In today’s world, remote work is becoming increasingly common. However, in most cases, it’s difficult to separate the professional zone from the private one.

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