Concrete was poured into molds to create decorative concrete panels that were then installed on the facade of a building in France.

This building facade is covered in decorative panels made from concrete

Concrete was poured into molds to create decorative concrete panels that were then installed on the facade of a building in France.

Making Wood Last With Fire, Not Paint: A Japanese Technique

Making Wood Last With Fire, Not Paint: A Japanese Technique --- Today Shou Sugi Ban is an environmentally friendly way to preserve timber and (paradoxically) make it fire-resistant. Chemical preservatives, paints, and retardants are therefore unnecessary.

Fassadendetail, © steimle architekten

Read everything about competition results on Germany's largest architecture portal: Prize Steimle Architekten GmbH

Shou sugi ban – Japanese technique of preserving wood – Woodworking ideas

Shou Sugi Ban 焼 杉 板 (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it. Traditionally, Sugi, (Cryptomeria japonica or Cupressus japonica L.

This house by floating architecture specialists Baca Architects is raised above its flood-prone site in Oxfordshire, England

Baca's flood-resilient home beside an Oxfordshire brook

Leaf Guard on colourbond windspray roofing

Leaf Guard/ Gutter Protection Pictures 0 - Protect your home from bush fire today

NT House, Duisburg, Tervuren, Belgium - Bruno Vanbesien Architects. I like the Corten steel clad exterior to this building!

A very thorough renovation/transformation of an early century spacious single-family-house that was no longer conform century demands.

Zwarthout; showroom for Ewaldbosgoedhaarden.nl

showroom for Ewaldbosgoedhaarden.

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