Reclaimed Red and White Oak Table:
FINISH: Clear Conversion Varnish all sides
BASE: Steel tube legs
CoreLife Eatery has locations throughout New York and Ohio, and is focused on providing customers with a wholistic eating experience that nourishes the body and soul. reSAWN’s ORENJI shou sugi ban charred cypress wall cladding is featured throughout multiple CoreLife locations as an accent to the restaurant’s orange and blue design theme.
With a primary goal of revitalizing Boston’s South End neighborhood, Elkus Manfredi Architects created a design aesthetic that focuses on returning the area to a lively, dynamic mixed-use community. Drawing inspiration from former building owner–the Boston Herald–Ink Block has become a pillar in Boston’s revitalization project with classic Bostonian motifs and contemporary, edgy design features.
With simple, subtle color notes, Osprey Software wanted a wood with a natural color and enhanced grain. reSAWN’s REED features antique reclaimed hemlock that is wire brushed to accentuate the unique grain pattern of hemlock.
Specified for ceiling cladding and wall cladding, REED can be found in reSAWN’s enCORE collection. The enCORE collection is made up entirely of different reclaimed wood species that include heart pine, oak, barn siding, chestnut, hemlock, and hickory. With a design aesthetic that includes dark and light grey colors, the natural coloring of the REED feature wall truly stands out. Hemlock’s unique grain pattern becomes very clear with the overhead, track lighting.
Reclaimed Red and White Oak Table:
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard is well regarded for their collaborated work spaces, and incorporated reSAWN’s skip planed, reclaimed red and white oak table into their office space.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
This private residence is located in the mountains of Asheville, NC. Built into the densely forested mountainside, the home combines timeless building materials and a modern structural design. reSAWN’s IRUKA shou sugi ban charred cypress exterior siding and rustic stone columns are major features that contribute to the overall design concept.
From reSAWN’s CHARRED NEUTRAL collection, IRUKA features a compelling mix of browns and differing wood grain widths. The color scheme of this shou sugi ban product completes the naturalist design aesthetic that is so prominent in the Asheville architecture scene. Carlton-Edwards DesignBuild specified IRUKA as a sleek feature to accent the rustic nature of the home.
LEED-CI PLATINUM Certified
Located a few blocks away from the White House in downtown Washington, DC, this Nixon Peabody, LLP. location features reSAWN’s FSC ® certified Rift and Quarter Sawn Select Grade White Oak flooring. With a modern design aesthetic that focuses on open floor plans and communal work spaces, the architect, Perkins+ Will, specified the FSC ® certified Rift and Quarter Sawn White Oak flooring as a beautiful, naturally colored design feature that is also sustainable.
Our PLATEAU collection promotes the natural color and beauty of domestic rift and quarter sawn white oak. All of the PLATEAU collection designs are available as FSC ® certified.
Video Source: The Danish Wood Initiative
When thinking about wood as a sustainable building material, many people jump to the idea that manufacturing a finished wood product causes mass deforestation, a decrease of the total number of trees, and an increase of total carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. On the surface, it seems to be sound logic to think that more wood products equal more environmental harm, but wood is a living material that maintains the carbon dioxide it absorbed into its trunk as a tree throughout its product lifecycle as a building material.
Bringing together a barbecue style and interior design aesthetic that captures the unique culture of Cleveland, Mabel’s BBQ owner and celebrity chef, Michael Symon worked closely with Richardson Design to specify reSAWN’s HAI shou sugi ban charred cypress interior wall cladding.
Richardson Design was tasked with combining the “…lived-in and worn characteristics of traditional barbecue restaurants…” with the true essence of Cleveland. The design team searched through the CHARRED collection, and eventually, decided on the deeply burnt, dark black HAI shou sugi ban charred cypress interior wall cladding. With a restaurant that depends on a slow, smoky method of cooking, the specification of HAI shou sugi ban charred cypress interior wall cladding is an homage to the fire induced flavor of Mabel’s BBQ.
Pizza (216), a New York style, brick oven pizzeria, is located in Cleveland, OH. With an interior motif that sets a maroon color scheme against dark, brown seating, the dining room and bar are cohesively finished with reSAWN’s KURO shou sugi ban charred cypress wall cladding that accentuates the restaurant’s natural aesthetic.
This material was specified by local and national award-winning, Robert Maschke Architects Inc., known for innovative design techniques that create “…complex spatial effects with modest means.” Materials were specified with a 5-1/8″ wide face and tongue & groove milling. A select grade of cypress was used to ensure a high-quality look and durable functionality.