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Wood Siding window fixture uses the traditional Japanese technique of burned wood, a natural way to preserve timber and ( make it fire resistant. This means no further chemicals are requires and creates a warm yet metallic finish

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos | Woodworking Network

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos

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

Using a blow torch to burn pine boards for a rustic look

Burn pine planks for breakfast bar, as well as pine sideboard (cheaper and can…

Shou Sugi Ban (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it.

Remodeling Shou Sugi Ban Wood as Siding and Flooring. Currently experimenting with different types of wood for the siding of my home for fire, pest, and rot resistance. Plus a cheap way to give a home some amazing character!

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos | Woodworking Network

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos

Bit customized Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood "Shou-sugi-ban Yakisugi 焼き杉". The oil used for final finish is tung oil.

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos | Woodworking Network

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos

Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood "Shou-sugi-ban Yakisugi 焼き杉"…

Charred wood - gives a silvery gray finish and makes the planks fire resistant.

Shou Sugi Ban (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it.

Ubon Restaurant / Rashed Alfoudari

Ubon Restaurant / Rashed Alfoudari

Ubon bistro by Rashed Alfoudari, Kuwait. Love the use of black paneling here, and the Tom Dixon lights.

Yakisugi - Japanese traditional method to preserve and protect wood really cool

Shou sugi ban - charring cedar boards, a traditional Japanese technique to preserve timber and make it fire resistant

House 2.0’s distinctive wood siding uses the traditional Japanese technique of burned wood, a natural way to preserve timber and (paradoxically) make it fire resistant. Chemical preservatives, paints, and retardants are thus unnecessary. A further plus is the silvery beauty of the charred finish.

Wood Siding window fixture uses the traditional Japanese technique of burned wood, a natural way to preserve timber and ( make it fire resistant. This means no further chemicals are requires and creates a warm yet metallic finish

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