Timber: Japanese house with charred wood siding

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

corrugated metal as cladding. theblackworkshop: Ralph Germann

Exterior color idea: Ralph-Germann-black-exterior nice external finish, rather domino/charcoal with timber though

Hackney Marshes Centre / Stanton Williams

Gallery of Hackney Marshes Centre / Stanton Williams - 9

Image 9 of 33 from gallery of Hackney Marshes Centre / Stanton Williams. Photograph by Hufton+Crow

Alternate width standing seam metal vertical siding-Love the alternating panel widths, which activate an often static exterior cladding material.

V36K0809 / Pasel.Kuenzel Architects

ZINC-CLADDING: Alternate width standing seam metal vertical siding-Love the alternating panel widths, which activate an often static exterior cladding material.

exteriorspiration • hunsett mill, chapel field road, stalham, norfolk, england • acme • photo: cristobal palma • via arch daily

Hunsett Mill / ACME

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

Charred wood vertical siding planks provide depth and shadow to the facade, seen here at this window opening detail a Fire Station 76 by Hennebery Eddy Architects.

Blackened timber house extension with textured walls by Marchi Architectes

Blackened timber house extension in the forest by Marchi Architectes

Blackened timber house extension hidden in the forest by Marchi Architectes/ Normandy, France

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Paris studio Marchi Architectes layered up timber slats of different thicknesses to give an irregular texture to the walls - see more on Dezeen


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