SHOU SUGI BAN

shou sugi ban CHARRED accoya, kebony, cedar, cypress, reclaimed hemlock, and red oak for interior applications

reSAWN specializes in shou sugi ban charred wood for interior cladding.  reSAWN’s award-winning CHARRED designs pay homage to the traditional Japanese technique of “shou-sugi-ban” aka “yakisugi” without being literal.  Historically very specific in their definition, “shou-sugi-ban” and “yakisugi” have become common nomenclature for modern charred wood designs in general.  All of reSAWN’s CHARRED products are made in the USA, in their facility in Telford, PA. reSAWN uses domestic wood species whenever possible, including Cypress from the Southern US, Cedar from the Pacific Northwest and domestic White Oak, Black Walnut, Red Oak & Ash as well as reclaimed woods from the US. Our diverse offering includes CHARRED modified pine from Kebony and Accoya, which are specifically designed for exterior applications.  Our CHARRED designs have been carefully developed using modern finishes and incorporating reSAWN’s many years of experience in the architectural & design specification market.  reSAWN manufacturers CHARRED wood products for a range of applications including exterior cladding, interior wall cladding & flooring, and custom furniture.  Click here to receive a price quote or place an order:

 

 

 

ACCOYA

Accoya® wood is the result of decades of research and development that has brought together a long-established, extensively proven wood modification technique and leading-edge patented technology – acetylation to create a high performance wood, ideal for outdoor use and challenging applications. By significantly enhancing the durability and dimensional stability of fast-growing and abundantly available certified wood species, Accoya® wood provides compelling environmental advantages over slow-growing hardwoods (which are often unsustainably sourced), woods treated with toxic preservative chemicals, and non-renewable carbon-intensive materials such as plastics, steel and concrete. All our CHARRED shou sugi ban Accoya® products are FSC certified and come with a 50-year warranty on the wood when used above ground; 25-year warranty when used at/below ground level.

 

 

 

KEBONY

Much of Kebony wood’s enhanced performance characteristics stem from the patented modification process they have adopted. Differing from other modified wood products, Kebony uses furfuryl alcohol as its modifying agent. Furfuryl alcohol is a non-toxic, bio-based fuel that impregnates the wood’s cells through a vacuum pressure treating process. When the impregnation is finished, the resulting cells are slightly changed, and that results in changes to the physical and mechanical properties of the wood byproduct. Kebony is beautiful wood recommended by leading architects. Our CHARRED shou sugi ban Kebony’s performance has been proven in a variety of applications, including decking and cladding, because of its high-quality characteristics.

 

 

 

WESTERN RED CEDAR

Western Red Cedar is well-known for its durability and beauty as a natural wood cladding material. It is naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insects and displays crisp yet superbly rich, tonal properties. CHARRED shou sugi ban western red cedar adds an extra dimension of aesthetic value to the Pacific NorthWest softwood.

 

 

 

RECLAIMED HEMLOCK

Reclaimed hemlock burnt in the Japanese style of shou sugi ban can be used for interior wall cladding and ceiling cladding. This is reclaimed wood and will have typical reclaimed character marks including checking and knots. CHARRED reclaimed hemlock is carefully charred, misted with water, cooled, brushed and then stained/sealed.  The top coat sealer is applied prior to shipping.  The burning process accentuates the wood grain and creates varying colors when viewed from different angles and in different light.

 

 

 

RED OAK

reSAWN TIMBER co. offers rift and quarter sawn red oak burnt in the Japanese style of shou sugi ban that can be used for interior wall cladding The distinctive grain pattern develops from the rift & quarter sawn cuts.  QUARTER & RIFT SAWN lumber is produced by first cutting the log into quarters and then making alternating cuts that are perpendicular to the annual growth rings.  QUARTER SAWING produces boards with mostly vertical-grain and a distinctive figuring often referred to as “flecks”, “flakes” or “ray flecks” caused by the medullary rays of the log.  RIFT SAWN lumber produces a very consistent and quiet board face with mostly vertical-grain. this vertical-grain lends added stability to the QUARTER & RIFT SAWN boards making them less likely to cup or crown.

SHOU SUGI BAN – INTERIOR Portfolio

Selection of shou sugi ban CHARRED installations