Lärchenholzschalung Fassade Holz Fenster

Baca's flood-resilient home beside an Oxfordshire brook

Villa B by Tectoniques #houses

Bioclimatic house with a timber frame by Tectoniques

siberian larch cladding - Timber Fin House - Walthamstow, London - Neil Dusheiko cladding profile option

Timber Fin House / Neil Dusheiko Architects

Image 5 of 29 from gallery of Timber Fin House / Neil Dusheiko Architects. Photograph by Neil Dusheiko Architects

Like the combination of the white render and the larch cladding.  Also like the clean simple lines.

Like the combination of the white render and the larch cladding. Also like the clean simple lines.

French motorway services Building with Larch cladding & western red cedar doorway detail - English Woodlands Timber

French motorway services Building with Larch cladding & western red cedar doorway detail - English Woodlands Timber

Siberian Larch Cladding · SILA External Timber Cladding · Russwood

Russwood’s Siberian Larch (SILA) is a popular timber cladding choice for its aesthetic beauty, excellent durability, high density & impressive lifespan.

Russwood’s Charred Larch uses European Larch timber which has been produced in a controlled factory environment to create a textured black finish.

Larch - Russwood’s Charred Larch uses European Larch timber which has been produced in a controlled factory environment to create a textured black finish.

Russwood Siberian larch cladding http://russwood.co.uk/cladding/profiles/siberian-larch

Projects throughout the UK showcasing Russwood flooring, cladding and decking

8 Japanese-Inspired Spaces We Love - Photo 3 of 8 - Named after its charred-larch cladding, this tearoom designed by Czech studio A1 Architects sits next to a lake in a woodland area near the city of Česká Lípa in the Czech Republic. Its sliding doors can be opened for enhanced connectivity with the surrounding nature, or closed to create a more secluded oasis. At the center of the space is a hearth with a teapot suspended from a sisial rope-domed ceiling above it.

8 Japanese-Inspired Spaces We Love

8 Japanese-Inspired Spaces We Love - Photo 3 of 8 - Named after its charred-larch cladding, this tearoom designed by Czech studio A1 Architects sits next to a lake in a woodland area near the city of Česká Lípa in the Czech Republic. Its sliding doors can be opened for enhanced connectivity with the surrounding nature, or closed to create a more secluded oasis. At the center of the space is a hearth with a teapot suspended from a sisial rope-domed ceiling above it.

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