Design slab bench, with generous, double bum rests and central coffee table.
Sculptural, reeded finish to front, sides and back. Exceptionally solid and heavy piece.
Produced using the 'Shou Sugi Ban' technique.
Shou Sugi Ban is an ancient Japanese architectural technique that was used to preserve wood by charring the surface with a hot flame. Shou Sugi Ban is also known as Yakisugi and traditionally was performed on Sugi wood, which is a Japanese cedar. The process involved charring the wood, cooling it, cleaning off any soot or burnt debris on the surface, and finally finishing the boards with an oil.
Length - 250 cm
Height - 50 cm
Depth - 40 cm
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