Charred Larch Wood Cladding · Russwood Timber
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
charred wood, resistant to rot, insects, and flame, zwarthout.
Charred Larch. So beautiful and practical. From Russwood in Scotland. Sigh
Fire Station 76 by Hennebery Eddy - Charred Wood
Russwood’s Charred Larch uses European Larch timber which has been produced in a controlled factory environment to create a textured black finish.
SHOU SUGI BAN colors charred wood
dust db | custom door hardware in the shou sugi ban walls at the tucson mountain retreat
shou sugi ban siding with Gutter detail and chain down spout
☆ Made to Order Item - Please contact me before ordering to inquire about my current lead time. This is an example of a previously sold piece. This