Charred Wood Home, Lithuania

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Private Home, Lithuania

Two types of cladding panels were used in the construction of this private home in Lithuania.

The charred cladding panels were treated according to the Japanese method of Shou Sugi Ban and then treated with a Woca exterior oil. The brown coloured cladding pannels were charred and then brushed before being treated with a teak coloured Woca oil. These cladding panels have a life expectancy of up to 80 years.

Product: Charred spruce cladding with different finishes – carbon and teak

Photo: Aleksandr Samuchov

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