reSAWN TIMBER co. recently returned to their Longport, NJ residence project to get a more complete understanding of how their SURETO shou sugi ban exterior siding and HAWAITO shou sugi ban exterior siding weathers in a real-world application. This material was specified by Philadelphia Design Co., known for high-end residential design. Materials were specified with a 5″ wide face and shiplap milling with a 1/8″ reveal. Installation is being done by Seashore Exteriors, a 4th generation company specializing in residential and commercial exteriors in the south NJ area.
In an article published in the Vol. 3 2018 issue, Residential Design Magazine featured a case study on the Wayzata Residence, highlighting the use of reSAWN’s NIGIRI shou sugi ban charred Accoya. Designed by Minneapolis-based firm Snow Krielich Architects, the Wayzata Residence is situated on a beautifully scenic location with incomparable proximity to Lake Minnetonka, one of the most popular lakes in the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”. Matthew Kreilich, FAIA, who led the design on this project, chose reSAWN’s NIGIR shou sugi ban charred accoya for the exterior cladding.
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Located in one of Philadelphia’s trendiest neighborhoods, this Shackamaxon Townhouse was designed to accommodate a newly retired couple who collects all kinds of art, including paintings, sculptures, pottery and more. Designed by Shila Scarlet Griffith of SG23 Design, this project utilizes KUJAKU shou sugi ban charred cypress for a unique accent wall that spans two floors.
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Located on the Southeastern edge of Mascoma Lake, this modern shou sugi ban wood cabin is inspired by the New Hampshire Landscape. Designed by Kairos Shen, the Enfield project utilizes TORA shou sugi ban exterior siding, HADAKA shou sugi ban exterior siding, and clear vertical grain western red cedar.
Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the National Association of Home Builders is bringing together custom builders, contractors, architects, designers, and manufacturers at the Orange County Convention Center for its annual International Builders Show in Orlando, Florida. The three day event, from January 9th through January 11th, will see over 80,000 attendees cover 570,000 net square feet discovering new and innovative products in the architecture and building industries. With a 200 square foot booth, reSAWN TIMBER co. is excited to debut its 15 foot high, covered exhibit to showcase its natural wood flooring, shou sugi ban, wall cladding, exterior siding, and furniture.
reSAWN TIMBER co. recently returned to their Toronto, CN project, Cos, to get a more complete understanding of how their MONOGATARI shou sugi ban exterior siding weathers in a real-world application. The upscale European retailer, under the H&M brand, selected G Architects and Office AO Architecture to collaborate on the company’s flagship Canadian location…
Earlier this November, reSAWN TIMBER co. was one of 325 exhibitors to present a wide variety of products to the hospitality industry at Boutique Design New York (BDNY). The two day event brought over 5,000 hospitality designers, architects, and purchasers to the Jacob Javits Center in NYC in search of sustainable and cutting edge materials. reSAWN featured shou sugi ban charred wood, interior and exterior cladding, newly harvested and reclaimed flooring, and custom furniture pieces.
Entering its eighth year, Boutique Design New York (BDNY) has quickly become one of the leading trade fairs and conferences dedicated specifically to serving the hospitality design industry. Presented annually by Boutique Design at NYC’s Javits Center, BDNY brings interior designers, architects, purchasing agents and hospitality owners/developers together with manufacturers and marketers of high-caliber design elements for hospitality interiors. reSAWN’s plan to exhibit at BDNY on November 12th & 13th brings a design specific offering of products that include shou sugi ban flooring & cladding, new and reclaimed flooring & cladding, and custom, solid wood furniture.
In an article published on June 20, 2017, Building-Products.com highlighted the recent partnership between reSAWN TIMBER co. and Kebony®. The partnership comes at an advantageous time when exterior wood siding is continuing to gain popularity for its sustainability, beauty, and performance standards. reSAWN’s five current Kebony® designs take full advantage of the chemically modified wood’s durability, and incorporate the aesthetic value provided by the company’s CHARRED and weathered finishing techniques…
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A northwest suburb of Washington, D.C., Bethesda is a hub of young professionals and diplomats. The Bethesda residence contrasts the classic colonial neighborhood with a dark color palette and the inclusion of reSAWN’s MATSU shou sugi ban Accoya wood. Using a dark gray coupled with the black shou sugi ban wood siding, Anne Decker Architects lightened the mood of the house with the inclusion of large windows.