Hinoki and Shou Sugi Ban

Hinoki: A Timeless Serenity.

Hinoki, named after the revered Japanese cypress wood, exudes a sense of timeless serenity. Its warm, earthy tones capture the essence of nature’s embrace. Whether it graces the exterior of a modern residential haven or an urban commercial space, Hinoki lends an air of tranquility that’s both inviting and captivating.

Shou Sugi Ban: The Art of Charred Elegance.

Shou Sugi Ban, inspired by the ancient Japanese technique of charring wood, brings forth an aura of charred elegance. Its deep, rich hue speaks of both strength and refinement. Imagine this colour adorning facades, creating a juxtaposition of boldness against the backdrop of nature or urban landscapes.

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