Hard charred layer, irregular pattern, matt appearance
Omiyama’s hard charred layer gets a beautiful bronze glow in the sun. The charred layer is burnt deep and has a natural uneven structure. This variant is resistant to heavy weather conditions. This makes Omiyama very suitable as a durable finish on facades. Omiyama is also a powerful eye-catcher indoors. Fixated, Omiyama becomes deep matt black in colour.
Omiyama is made from Frake; a fast-growing limba from Cameroon. For Omiyama, a hydrothermally modified variant of Frake
is used. By heating up the wood, the cell structure changes, making it more sustainable.
Type of wood
Origin of wood
Interior and facade cladding
Omiyama fixated: Bito White
D (European standard – EN13501)
Up to 5000 mm
21, 30 or 41 mm
95, 110, 145 and 195 mm
Stainless steel screws with a black head