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an abstract black and white painting with lines
Davide Balliano - Italian Artist
black and white photograph of wood flooring with different patterns on the wall in front of it
Lissoni & Partners | Piero Lissoni | Milan | New York
leaves are on the ground with black tiles
Burning Lumber as a Finishing Technique | Woodworking Network
Burned wood
two children are playing in the grass near a large triangular shaped building with wooden slats on it's sides
Gallery of House Eichgraben / Franz Architekten - 8
House Eichgraben / Franz Architekten #gevel #hout #tuin #DIY #diagonaal
a close up view of the wood grains on a table top with black cloth
Heirloom-Quality Lighting, Hardware & More
Create an elegant and timeless open shelf design with our Shou Sugi Ban Shelving. Shou Sugi Ba (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese siding technique that preserves wood by charring it. Our Shou Sugi Ban shelving is charred heavily before it's intensely brushed by hand. The brushing achieves an elegant and sleek look that provides the siding with a burned, yet classic aesthetic. With a tough surface that is not easily scratched or chipped, it offer endless appeal in kitchens, bathrooms, livin
an old wooden wall with peeling paint on it
In Maine, a home built with Japanese-style soot-based paint — and charred cedar slats.
several pieces of wood sitting on top of each other
Authentic Japanese Yakisugi Siding | Nakamoto Forestry
several pieces of wood are stacked on top of each other
Authentic Japanese Yakisugi Siding | Nakamoto Forestry
a wall light that is on the side of a wooden building with some lights in it
Portfolio - Delta Millworks
Cypress Gator Clear
a close up of a wooden door with metal handles
Charred wood door - shou-sugi-ban method (blowtorch) - Uno Tomoaki
a person's hand on the side of a wooden wall
Authentic Shou Sugi Ban | Japanese Yakisugi
an open door on the side of a black building with dark wood paneling and metal handles
Lakefront Austin house by Aamodt Plumb Architects
Lakefront Austin home by Aamodt Plumb Architects is split into two wings - Traditional Japanese burning techniques were applied to the wood panels inside this house.