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White Oak Shou Sugi Ban bookmarked Island designed by le bien-vivant. every piece is customizable, made on demand and thus completely unique.

model shown on the picture is 40'' wide, 80'' long and 36'' high.


appliances not included.


While shou sugi ban (焼杉板) originated in Japan in the 18th century primarily as way to treat cedar siding to make it weatherproof. the technique, which involves charring a wood surface to render it a deep charcoal-black, has caught on recently as a treatment for contemporary exteriors and indoor furnishings alike. You can even find variations elevated to fine art, as in the work of the artist Maarten Baas. The gravitas imparted by the process and finished result (called yakisugi) are undeniable, a blackening of the wood that reveals clean, distinct lines and an inherent textural beauty.

white oak shou sugi ban bookmarked Island

Excluding Sales Tax
Color: brown
  • material: white oak



    width : 40 in. / 101,6 cm

    lenght: 80 in. / 203,2 cm

    height: 36 in. / 91.44 m

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