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Architectural Record Magazine - December Issue Windfall Sabi Cladding took Best in Category for the 2014 Record Product competition within the category of Finishes & Surfacing. A jury of six professionals selected the best new products of the year from among 500 entries submitted. Jurors were asked to rate the entries on the criteria of innovation, usefulness, and - where applicable - aesthetics. Click on the image to read entire article.
Durability and Design, a publication focused on finishes, highlights our Sabi Cladding. Click here for the full feature. Lotus, Weather, Shoji White and Lotus
Commercial Building Products - September Issue Sabi Cladding is made from reclaimed Douglas fir and hemlock solid and glue-laminated beams from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest. Influenced by the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-sabi the cladding colors and textures emphasize unrefined or rustic simplicity. Click on the image to read entire article.
Architect Magazine - Product Beat Sustainable design encompasses myriad tactics, from incorporating daylighting to specifying toxin-free materials. This roundup of green products includes Sabi Cladding by Windfall Lumber. Inspired by the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi--or, the acceptance of imperfection-Windfall Lumber's Sabi Cladding is made from reclaimed Douglas fir and hemlock solid and glue-laminated timber beams sourced from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest. Click here to read the full feature.
Interiors & Sources - August Issue Influenced by the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-sabi, Sabi Cladding from Windfall Lumber blends timeworn elegance with mellow beauty. Click on image to read the entire article.