News from reSAWN TIMBER co.

A collection of news items around design and architecture including new products & projects from reSAWN,  news from “in the field”,  news on our projects from around the globe, relevant articles, and what inspires us.

reSAWN TIMBER co. IKIGAI Charred Accoya

VIDEO: Accoya Exterior Wood Cladding in 1 Coat & 2 Coat Options

In this video & article, we discuss reSAWN's Accoya modified wood offering which is prefinished with a waterborne exterior oil ...
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Introducing Grey Through Body Color Accoya® : For Interior, Exterior Cladding & Decking

Introducing Grey Through Body Color Accoya® : For Interior, Exterior Cladding & Decking

reSAWN TIMBER co.’s offering of Accoya® wood is expanding to include Accoya that has been impregnated with a non-toxic grey ...
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Corwith Residence featuring SVERTE Shou Sugi Ban Charred Kebony exterior siding/cladding

Designing with Wood For a Sustainable Future

Using sustainable building materials in the built environment is a top priority now, more than ever. Building and designing a ...
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Butter Lane Shou Sugi ban charred accoya

VIDEO: Cleaning & Recoating Charred Accoya Exterior Cladding 

In this video & article, reSAWN shows you how to clean & recoat charred exterior siding. The video focuses on ...
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Te Toka ft SiOO:X Abodo Vulcan Cladding

Incorporating High-Performance Wooden Slats In Architectural Designs

While vertical and horizontal wood siding and cladding have been used as a building material for more than 10,000 years, ...
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reSAWN TIMBER co. Powder Mountain

The Importance of Field Mockups for Exterior Wall Cladding Assemblies

Given rising labor & material costs and ever-expanding lead times, even the smallest element executed incorrectly can have detrimental implications ...
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SiOO:X Wood Protection System – Where Technology and Nature Converge

SiOO:X Wood Protection System – Where Technology and Nature Converge

The natural beauty, durability, and availability of wood have made it one of the world’s oldest and most sustainable building ...
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reSAWN TIMBER co. AMITY - Euro white oak

Advantages of Prefinished Exterior Wood Siding Materials

Whether you’re an architect, builder, or designer at some point decisions need to be made about the exterior envelope of ...
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Coastal Wainui Home - Vulcan Cladding in Straw Finish - Abodo Wood

reSAWN TIMBER co.’s Abodo® Vulcan Cladding Compliant for Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Zones

In an unprecedented reversal of American history the US population is becoming less concentrated in urban areas. Many Americans are ...
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Norway’s National Logging Museum

Utilizing Wood Cladding for Modern, Sustainable Roofing Applications

For specifiers and building owners who are considering roofing options for a new or existing structure, weighing the pros and ...
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reSAWN TIMBER co. - Angle House - Governor - European White Oak

Health Benefits of Wood Based Designs in Interior Applications

The stay-at-home orders and quarantines in place across the world have many homeowners taking advantage of the additional time at ...
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ABODO Wood in the USA

Introducing ABODO Wood in the USA

reSAWN TIMBER co. is proud to be the exclusive manufacturer and distributor of ABODO® thermally modified Vulcan cladding and decking ...
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reSAWN TIMBER co weathered western red cedar

Benefits of Specifying Pre-Weathered Exterior Wood Cladding

Wood is a natural, sustainable material. As such, when it's continually exposed to environmental elements such as moisture, sunlight, and ...
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NIGIRI shou sugi ban charred Accoya in Wayzata, MN

What is Modified Wood?

Modified wood is a generic term that describes the application of chemical, physical, or biological methods that are used to ...
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Shou sugi ban charred Accoya at Guinness

Guinness Open Gate Brewery with reSAWN’s Shou Sugi Ban Receives Wavemaker Award

We are excited to share that a project featuring reSAWN TIMBER co.’s NIGIRI shou sugi ban charred Accoya® wood won ...
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