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Naturally Enduring: Shou-Sugi-Ban

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by Regina Yunghans (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Jun 24, 2011

The traditional Japanese technique of burning cedar to naturally create a rot- and insect-resistant outer layer is called shou-sugi-ban. And as with many Japanese approaches to the built enviro




 

 

The traditional Japanese technique of burning cedar to naturally create a rot- and insect-resistant outer layer is called shou-sugi-ban. And as with many Japanese approaches to the built environment, it is not only purposeful but it is beautiful:



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