Charred cladding on residential property in Enfield, UK

A residential home in Enfield, London, was extended out the back of the property and charred Accoya wood was the chosen material for the cladding. Innovative architects, Studio Hatcham, specified charred Accoya wood to make the extension distinguishable yet sensitive, enhancing the existing grey brickwork, rather than overshadowing it.

The Accoya was treated using a charring technique, taking the wood from its originally light colour to a darker, burnt effect. The cladding was charred in three varying shades, creating depth to the extension; light brush “Shizen”, Graphite “Seizo” and Anthracite “Gen no”. For the posts, a deep black effect was chosen to define and accentuate, in particular, the large glass opening of the extension into the back garden.

Despite charring the wood, Accoya remains durable and stable with a 50-year warranty against rot. This alongside its great sustainability credentials, made it the perfect choice for this extension.

 

ARCHITECT: Studio Hatcham

MANUFACTURER: Exterior Solutions

Accoya Cladding. Beautiful charred Shou Sugi Ban effect using at residential property on Lakeside Road, Enfield, London, UK.
Accoya Cladding. Beautiful charred Shou Sugi Ban effect using at residential property on Lakeside Road, Enfield, London, UK.