Wood façades: Pure nature!

For all nature lovers who like things left natural, but at the same time optically appealing and individual.
The charm of a facade with untreated wood is something special.

For a long time now, natural wood façades have not been the preserve of houses and lodges that we know from the mountain or holiday regions like the Allgäu, Austria or Tyrol. An increasing number of modern homes, extensions, company buildings and schools in cities as well as in the countryside stand out with their wood facades.

Natural façades come in different types of wood, which reveal their individual character on the building with their respective appearance of the timber. In addition to the classic Siberian larch, spruce and silver fir have enjoyed increasing popularity in recent years. Natural facades are just as durable as treated façades, thus lasting over decades. Over this time the wood goes through a natural progression, which is reflected by a refined, silvery lustrous greying of the surface. This is by no means a quality defect, but instead a natural way of protecting the wood. For many people this natural process, with its unmistakable play of colours, is the extra special feature: simply naturally unique!

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Nordic spruce

Spruce planed

planed

refined look

Spruce rough texture

rough texture

naturalness

Sib. larch

Larch planed

planed

refined look

Larch rough texture

rough texture

naturalness

Silver fir

Fir planed

planed

refined look

Larch rough texture

rough texture

naturalness

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