Naoshima is the traditional Japanese Shou Sugi Ban and the primary product of Zwarthout. The Douglas wood is plain sawn (parallel to the annual rings). Each plank is deeply charred in our workshop. Noashima has an irregular structure and a characteristic pattern, that reflects beautifully in the sun. The somewhat brittle carbon layer requires a specific detailing to reduce the influence of wind and weather. We recommend that this type not be used above a height of 10 metres above ground level or exposed to wind on open ground. The carbon layer can stain but this washes off easily with soap and water. Naoshima will not bleach in the rain. The carbon layer ages over time and becomes imbued with a beautiful patina (weathering).
1 to 5 meter
20– 60 mm
13% to 18%
deckingscrews, Stainless (black tip)
This product was used in:
Transition of a former brewery in Wijnegem into a mixed use neighborhood wit dwellings, ateliers and a museum.
shed on lighthouse island Durgerdam
Zwarthout Shou Sugi Ban leverde hout op Vuurtoreneiland bij Amsterdam.
The crematorium is cladded with wood on all sides, making it harmonious with the surroundings. The aula has on one side a spacious five-meter high glass wall that overlooks nature.
Houseboat Beets in Amsterdam
Beautiful houseboat in Amsterdam is covered with Naoshima in various widths
Maison à Seignosse
Extension and renovation of a House in Seignosse (40510) in charred wood Naoshima.