Making Wood Last With Fire, Not Paint: A Japanese Technique
Concrete was poured into molds to create decorative concrete panels that were then installed on the facade of a building in France.
[baragaño], Impulso — Metal Foundation — Image 14 of 21 — Europaconcorsi
Fassadendetail, © steimle architekten
Shou sugi ban – Japanese technique of preserving wood – Woodworking ideas
MaccreanorLavington Architects - Hornsey Lane (0083)
NT House, Duisburg, Tervuren, Belgium - Bruno Vanbesien Architects. I like the Corten steel clad exterior to this building!
burnt cedar boards | Shou-sugi-ban / Charred Wood Siding / Burnt Wood Siding. I would love to know how to do this!! Beautiful!!
Zwarthout; showroom for Ewaldbosgoedhaarden.nl
Ceramic flooring by Dutch tile specialist Mosa was used in the conversion of a former farm in the south of France.