reSAWN’s Charred Collection

reSAWN’s Charred Collection

"Shou Sugi Ban" or "charring" is an ancient Japanese technique to beautify and preserve wood for exterior and interior cladding, ceiling, and flooring applications.

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The wood is painstakingly and carefully burned, misted to cool, brushed to remove dust and debris, and then stained/sealed.

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reSAWN's Charred Collection-Special Mention winner in the Architizer A+ Award for Building Products-has revived and invigorated the practice.

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The breath-taking results of reSAWN's work are on display in commercial, retail, and residential products from New York to Seattle.

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Architecture and boutique design firms apprehend the appeal of displaying charred wood features on building facades as well as interiors.

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reSAWN utilizes American-sourced wood whenever possible. The Charred collection includes many varieties and many tones: from Southern Cypress to Black Walnut, Red Oak, and Ash--each possesses a vibrant character and distinctive look.

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reSAWN utilizes modern no- and low-VOC finishes on reclaimed woods. Solid woods and engineered products are available, in addition to wide-plank flooring and FSC woods.

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See reSAWN for further information.

Posted December 7, 2016 by Joseph Starr

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