Kebony Shou Sugi Ban

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Kebony wood cladding adopts a fiery charred and brushed finish by Shou Sugi Ban

Kebony wood cladding adopts a fiery charred and brushed finish by Shou Sugi Ban

Kebony Clear is available in Minami No (charred) Shou Sugi Ban

Kebony Clear is available in Minami No (charred) Shou Sugi Ban

Kebony Character is available in Kuril charred Shou Sugi Ban

Kebony Character is available in Kuril charred Shou Sugi Ban

Hijo Ni Mirikiteki Na pre-weathered Kebony Clear by Shou Sugi Ban

Hijo Ni Mirikiteki Na pre-weathered Kebony Clear by Shou Sugi Ban

Pre-weathered Kebony by Shou Sugi Ban was carefully selected by Claridge Architects for the external cladding of a single-storey family home located in Hampstead, North London for its level of durability. The wooden house suitably named, Oak Hill, is set at the foot of an original Victorian mansion block which comprises an extensive use of glass panelling to provide a widescreen view of the natural surroundings to promote the property’s open-ended nature. Diagonally laid strips of Hijo Ni…

Pre-weathered Kebony by Shou Sugi Ban was carefully selected by Claridge Architects for the external cladding of a single-storey family home located in Hampstead, North London for its level of durability. The wooden house suitably named, Oak Hill, is set at the foot of an original Victorian mansion block which comprises an extensive use of glass panelling to provide a widescreen view of the natural surroundings to promote the property’s open-ended nature. Diagonally laid strips of Hijo Ni…

Kebony wood cladding adopts a fiery charred and brushed finish by Shou Sugi Ban

Kebony wood cladding adopts a fiery charred and brushed finish by Shou Sugi Ban

Located on John Ruskin Street, in the vibrant London Borough of Southwark, architects David Stanley and Romy Grabosch have recently transformed their ground floor flat in South London into an outward looking garden-centric dream home by adding a striking timber-clad extension, fit for the modern day

Located on John Ruskin Street, in the vibrant London Borough of Southwark, architects David Stanley and Romy Grabosch have recently transformed their ground floor flat in South London into an outward looking garden-centric dream home by adding a striking timber-clad extension, fit for the modern day

Charred Kebony cladding by Shou Sugi Ban complements distinctive extension

Charred Kebony cladding by Shou Sugi Ban complements distinctive extension

Charred Kebony cladding by Shou Sugi Ban was chosen to provide a long-lasting and attractive timber finish for both the rear and side extension.

Charred Kebony cladding by Shou Sugi Ban was chosen to provide a long-lasting and attractive timber finish for both the rear and side extension.

Shou Sugi Ban, a Japanese term which translates to ‘burnt cedar board’, is a UK based company that manufactures wood using this ancient technique of burning, brushing or pre-weathering timber and has recently added Kebony to its list of products to deliver a product of unique and intriguing appearance.

Shou Sugi Ban, a Japanese term which translates to ‘burnt cedar board’, is a UK based company that manufactures wood using this ancient technique of burning, brushing or pre-weathering timber and has recently added Kebony to its list of products to deliver a product of unique and intriguing appearance.


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