Monday, March 28, 2022

Garden studio clad in Gendai Yakisugi

A black exterior on garden offices was once a major trend but now it has become fairly common. However there is black exterior and black exterior and one way of doing it is provided by this garden studio designed and built by Nakamoto Forestry Europe.  It's done using a 'Gendai Yakisugi' technique, charred and then brushed. Here's what they say about it:

"Gendai is our most popular Yakisugi (brushed Shou Sugi Ban) surface for exterior applications. A single pass through the brush machine knocks down the heavy soot layer and leaves a smooth, silky look. The burnt fibre crevasse shadows are subtle, and Gendai can either be installed without oil prefinish, with a traditional oil prefinish, or with a water-based oil prefinish depending on the appearance or colour desired."


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