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.

Reclaimed Mushroom Wood - A Powerhouse of Character, Beauty, History, & Sustainability

Reclaimed Mushroom Wood – A Powerhouse of Character, Beauty, History, & Sustainability

  "Wood is universally beautiful to man. It is the most humanly intimate of all materials." – Frank Lloyd Wright ...
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reSAWN’s custom charred Accoya®

Broadway Market with reSAWN’s Shou Sugi Ban Receives Multiple Awards

reSAWN is humbled to share that PI.KL architecture design studio in Baltimore Maryland chose our custom shou sugi ban charred ...
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Duncan 2.0 shou sugi ban

Blur House with reSAWN’s Shou Sugi Ban Exterior Wins Two Awards

We’re so honored that Studio B Architects chose to specify reSAWN’s DUNCAN 2.0 shou sugi ban Western Red Cedar exterior ...
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reSAWN products in Hamptons Cottages & Gardens Magazine

reSAWN’s Shou Sugi Ban Featured on Cover of Hamptons Cottages & Gardens

reSAWN’s custom shou sugi ban charred cypress is featured on the cover of the August 2019 Hamptons Cottages & Gardens ...
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reSAWN TIMBER co BRIZA Atlantic white cedar

Introducing Rough Sawn ATLANTIC WHITE CEDAR: an elegant option for both interior and exterior cladding

reSAWN TIMBER co. is pleased to announce the addition of 4 rough-sawn weathered ATLANTIC WHITE CEDAR designs to our sought ...
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Philadelphia Magazine’s Design Home Rendering

See reSAWN’s Charred Kebony at Philadelphia Magazine’s Design Home 2019

We're excited to announce that Philadelphia Magazine's Design Home 2019 will feature reSAWN TIMBER co.'s custom shou sugi ban interior ...
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OKANOGAN rendering vertical grain western hemlock

Introducing vertical grain WESTERN HEMLOCK: a well designed, economical option for modern interior wall and ceiling cladding.

reSAWN TIMBER co. chose Western Hemlock for interior applications due to its impeccably straight uniform grain structure, fine texture and ...
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Meetinghousee Lasne Shou Sugi ban

8 Architecturally Inspired Summer Homes of Our Dreams

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” ― Henry ...
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mass-timber construction on a proposed 10-story building in New York City

Is the Future of the New York Skyline Made of Wood?

As reported in the Chicago Tribune last week: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to introduce a bill ...
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Facades Plus NYC - reSAWN and ACCOYA

reSAWN Presenting with Accoya at Facades+ NYC on April 5

On April 4 and 5, Facades+ is hosting their premiere conference on high-performance building enclosures in New York, NY. Bringing ...
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MONOGATARI shou sugi ban charred cypress at bld.us office

reSAWN’s MONOGATARI Shou Sugi Ban featured in The Washingtonian

In an article published in The Washingtonian, an office space located in Washington DC was featured, highlighting the use of ...
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redwood forests

Industry Update: One Man’s Mission to Revive the Last Redwood Forests

In 1991, David Milarch, an arborist from Michigan had a near-death experience that inspired a personal quest. When Milarch came ...
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UNAGI and TAKEI shou sugi ban charred accoya at Fire Island residence

UNAGI and TAKEI shou sugi ban :: Fire Island Residence

ABOUT THE PROJECT Located in Seaview, Fire Island, this 4 bedroom seasonal home was designed to celebrate the cherished indoor/outdoor ...
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This Shelter Island residence used reSAWN's KOI shou sugi ban charred cypress exterior siding

reSAWN’s MONOGATARI Shou Sugi Ban featured in The New York Times Style Magazine

In an article published in The New York Times Style Magazine, a pool house located on Shelter Island was featured, ...
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NIGIRI shou sugi ban charred Accoya in Wayzata, MN

Industry Update: Design Life and Durability of Timber

According to TRADA (The Timber Research and Development Association), in recent years, timber in construction has undergone something of a ...
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