1 Fire Wood

The an­cient Ja­panese tech­nique of burn­ing or pre-weath­er­ing wood is brought to life in Ke­bony Shou Sugi Ban by Delta Mill­works. Of­fered in vary­ing tex­tures and tones, the charred wood is treated with a bio-based liq­uid to en­hance dura­bil­ity and sta­bil­ity. The re­sult is suit­able for ex­te­rior cladding and in­te­rior pan­elling. deltamill­works.com

2 Nat­u­ral De­sign­ers

Alpi’s 2017 De­signer Col­lec­tion of ve­neers in­cludes in­ter­pre­ta­tions – from three top de­sign­ers – of graphic pat­terns found in na­ture. Piero Lis­soni’s con­tri­bu­tions (shown) are char­ac­ter­is­ti­cally min­i­mal, while the Cam­pana Brothers fo­cus on trans­form­ing raw ma­te­rial, and Kengo Kuma draws from ar­chi­tec­ture to heighten or­ganic pat­terns. alpi­wood.com

3 Tri­an­gu­lar Turn

Ply­boo’s cus­tom­iz­a­ble Frac­tal ar­chi­tec­tural pan­els are based on the isosce­les tri­an­gle. The 61-by-61-by-86-cen­time­tre bam­boo mod­ules are of­fered in a range of colours and pat­terns, and can be left raw or treated in a range of nat­u­ral oil fin­ishes. de­sign.ply­boo.com




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