Charred Wood House, Norway

Carbon wood house, Norway
carbon spruce-pine
Carbon wood house, Norway

Case studies

Private House, Norway

The architect specified charred spruce cladding panels for this summer house project on the island archipelago south of Oslo.

The charred spruce cladding, made in accordance with the ancient Japanese wood preservation method of Yakasugi, is treated with Woca exterior oil which gives the cladding boards resistance to salt spray and the force of the Nordic winter. The cladding is estimated to have a life span of up to 80 years.

Product: Charred spruce cladding

Carbon wood house, Norway
Carbon wood house, Norway
Carbon wood house, Norway

Case studies

Link to: Kiikri 6Link to: School project, PaideLink to: Apartment Buildings, BergenLink to: Rakvere School, Estonia
Link to: The Waterfront, Stavanger, NorwayLink to: Port of Helsinki, FinlandLink to: Restaurant Tuljak, Tallinn, EstoniaLink to: Restaurant Noya, Tallinn, Estonia
Link to: Private House, EstoniaLink to: Private House, JurmalaLink to: Office Project, TartuLink to: Pipedrive Offices, Tallinn, Estonia
Link to: Restaurant Noa, Tallinn, EstoniaLink to: Schoolhouse, Trollhättan, SwedenLink to: Private House, Tartu, EstoniaLink to: Private House, Bærum, Norway
Link to: Private House, Oslo, NorwayLink to: Lawrence Manor, Toronto, CanadaLink to: Jack’s Point House, Kawarau Falls, Queenstown, New ZealandLink to: Private Sauna, Estonia
Link to: Private House, EstoniaLink to: Felleskjøpet Agri headquarters, Lillestrøm, NorwayLink to: Fast Food Outlet, Kracow, PolandLink to: School Project, Tallinn, Estonia

Other Case studies

Link to: Arctic Bath HotelLink to: Private House, LithuaniaLink to: Private Residence, LithuaniaLink to: Residential Project, Norway
Link to: Charred Wood House, NorwayLink to: KAYAK Office, KaunasLink to: Charred Wood Home, LithuaniaLink to: Oslo Fire Station, Norway

Oak Flooring Case studies

Link to: Private House, Lund, SwedenLink to: Private House, StockholmLink to: Private House, Lulea, SwedenLink to: Private House, Espoo, Finland