12,375 contemporary wood burning.asp Exterior Design Photos

shou sugi ban
can cedar shake be charred?is there a magic amount of time that it needs to burn,for example until it catches
Burning the wood for protection properties
show-sugi-ban burn wood to make cypress dark
interesting idea to char the wood.
The chard look of the wood
horizontal charred wood siding
shou-sugi-ban / burning of timber
narrow 'charred' wood siding
shou-sugi-ban japanese burning technique
charred wood as finish
burnt wood clading...charred wood...Love this wood...burned wood siding...Black wood...Wood burned siding
“Black wood” — Yaz Higashiya
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Torriero Home
How is the wood on the exterior treated, or finished?
Japanese reclaimed barn wood made more durable through burning process
exterior wood with light soffits, black railings
charred wood home - too much of same
like a Japanese technique called shou-sugi-ban, involving hand burning wood. The burnt part acts as a protective coating on the wood, repelling water as well as insects and bugs.
“very unique design” — Lacey Matthews
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Hollcroft Residence
Are these exterior panels actually wood? What is their durability? Maintainance needs?
Hi. This is a similar product to Prodema. These panels are made by Parlex. http://www.parklex.com/us/home/home.asp#
Horizontal wood slats for fencing; elongated roof embedded
Like: gray (wood) siding with natural wood slats. Unsure: how would large wood panels age?
Exterior wood panels to modernize the brick
love the address numbers on wood
wood enter panel by Parklex. be sure to read comments
“Exteriour” — erinm89
BUNNYFiSH studio
Anderson Residence
However in this case with the walls burned out one can see from one side of the house to other creating a huge feeling space. It was decided to totally open the East side of the house and make the kitchen which gently spills into the living room and wood burning fireplace the public side. New windows
When Ian first introduced CSPA studio to the project it was burned down house. Turns out that the house is a 1960 midcentury modern sister of two homes that was destroyed by arson in a dispute between landlord and tenant. Once inside the burned walls it was quite clear what a wonderful house it once was
I like the front entry. If we do an wood enclosure, will that be too much wood for the house?
June 2014 Wood and grey panels at entrance greatly improve look of the house
“Gate” — vickyalvarado
Burns and Beyerl Architects
4 Reviews
Eco-Friendly Vacation Home Exterior
a similar look for our home. Where is the fireplace and chimney from? Thanks! Can that be used for a wood burning fireplace?
We have a 30 year old contemporary home with natural pine car-siding. Need some options for replacement that will maintain the look/feel
Love this contemporary house in the woods
chimney as proposed - but wood - nice
“Just beatiful!!” — ltlafreniere
ísARK Studio
3 Reviews
Lake Travis Retreat
a bit more information about the windows used on this project: http://www.milgard.com/design-tips-and-inspiration/case-studies/lake-travis-retreat.asp
White + gray + wood, w/ wood soffits and gray trim.
A touch of dark grey, black windows, a touch of wood
I like the grey painted slats & stained wood accents with concrete
white stucco, grey hardi plank & wood. Like the contrast
Before and After - wood trim
The point colors make the small portion of wood really pop.
Exterior. Nice wood. White and grey contrast
wedding cake stairs, wood at entry, horizontal lines, mix of materials
“White and grey-careful!” — bettinamonique
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
Ottawa River Home
bricks Architecthttp://www.arriscraft.com/ca/products/product_details.asp?pid=117
“Teraz” — ykk113
Elevation Architects
5 Reviews
South Clark Avenue
It's also a good idea to keep lawn away from the burning pavement — for example, the classic "hell strip" between the sidewalk and street, or the narrow space between the driveway and entry walk.
It's also a good idea to keep lawn away from the burning pavement
It's also a good idea to keep lawn away from the burning pavement — for example, the classic "hell strip" between the sidewalk and street, or the narrow space between the driveway and entry walk.
“Garage door” — Gina DeConti
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