House Building Type, Wood Siding Material, Outdoor, Back Yard, Trees, Grass, and Large Patio, Porch, Deck Desai Chia Architecture harvested plagued ash trees from the client’s property and used them for interior millwork, flooring, and trim. Working in collaboration with local architect of record Ray Kendra of Environment Architects and Delta Millworks of Texas, the firm clad the dwelling’s exterior in cedar that  was intentionally burned to protect it from fire, insects, and age. The  process is called shou sugi ban.
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Leelanau County, Michigan
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017  Photo 2 of 11 in A Guide to Shou Sugi Ban and 8 Homes Featuring the Japanese Technique from Plagued Ash Trees Were Repurposed to Create This Charred Cedar–Clad Home on Lake Michigan

A Guide to Shou Sugi Ban and 8 Homes Featuring the Japanese Technique2/11

Desai Chia Architecture harvested plagued ash trees from the client’s property and used them for interior millwork, flooring, and trim. Working in collaboration with local architect of record Ray Kendra of Environment Architects and Delta Millworks of Texas, the firm clad the dwelling’s exterior in cedar that was intentionally burned to protect it from fire, insects, and age. The process is called shou sugi ban.
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Leelanau County, Michigan

Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017

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