Wood Cladding

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Charred Japanese cedar clads the exterior of this split-level house.

Blackened timber house by Harunatsu-Arch is divided by a stepped floor

Charred Japanese cedar clads the exterior of this split-level house in Izumo, Japan, by Kanazawa studio Harunatsu-Arch.

Russwood’s Charred Larch uses European Larch timber which has been produced in a controlled factory environment to create a textured black finish.

Thermopine Cladding | Thermally Modified Timber

Thermopine is a timber with enhanced stability and durability, produced by thermally modifying Scandinavian grown Scots Pine.

This fire station clad in burnt wood turns "the destructive manner of fire into an image of beauty"

Hennebery Eddy clads Oregon fire station in burnt wood

Hennebery Eddy Architects has clad a fire station in rural Oregon with charred cedar, turning “the destructive manner of fire into an image of beauty”

Weathered and Silvered Timber Cladding of Vega Cottage by Kolman Boye Architects

Vega Cottage on an Island in Norway by Kolman Boye Architects - Homeli

This cottage on the Norwegian island of Vega was built by Kolman Boye Architects, and sits nestled amongst the unsullied, vibrant scenery of the Vega Archipelago. It is intended to serve as a summer house for the...

PK Arkitektar's Icelandic cottages have burnt timber cladding

PK Arkitektar's Icelandic cottages have burnt timber cladding

Batons of charred timber and layers of turf help this pair of holiday cottages by PK Arkitektar settle into the rugged landscape of south-west Iceland