Exterior Gendai Cladding
The project entails the construction of a stunning private weekend home located in the scenic region of Burgenland, Austria. The architectural design showcases a unique blend of traditional and contemporary elements, featuring a pointed roof and expansive window fronts.
The exterior of the house is clad in our visually striking Gendai, which exudes a sense of authenticity and charm, adding to the overall appeal of the project. The owner, an enthusiast of genuine Yakisugi, has worked with the renowned architect Terunobu Fujimori on a previous project called the Storchenhaus in Raiding. Consequently, the customer chose authentic Yakisugi from Nakamoto Forestry Europe for his own project.
To protect and enhance the longevity of the Yakisugi cladding, a single coat of water-based stain has been applied. However, it is important to note that Gendai that has been coated with one coat of transparent stain will lighten more quickly compared to other coatings. Customers seeking a more consistent appearance may consider alternative coating options.
This private weekend home serves as a tranquil retreat for the client, providing an escape from the demands of daily life. With its fusion of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary architecture, the house exemplifies the client’s appreciation for authentic Yakisugi and their commitment to cultivating a harmonious living environment.
Yakisugi product used in this project:
Gendai | Shiplap & Square Edge | 145mm width
Water-based stain protection| transparent | one coat
G14-101 | G04-101