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Vancouver-based Shape Architecture has unveiled the charred-wood South Haven Centre for Remembrance within a municipal cemetery on the outskirts of the city of Edmonton, Canada.

Shape Architecture tops non-denominational centre for remembrance with angular tower

Vancouver-based Shape Architecture has unveiled the charred-wood South Haven Centre for Remembrance within a municipal cemetery on the outskirts of the city of Edmonton, Canada.

A "green curtain" and charred-wood cladding wrap around the timber-framed ASI Reisen Headquarters that Snøhetta has completed in Natters, Austria.

Snøhetta wraps timber office in plant-covered suspended metal frame

A "green curtain" and charred-wood cladding wrap around the timber-framed ASI Reisen Headquarters that Snøhetta has completed in Natters, Austria.

The living area of Tres Amores, a charred teak wood house in Costa Rica with views of the Pacific Ocean.

Charred teak wood clads Costa Rica house with views of the Pacific Ocean

The living area of Tres Amores, a charred teak wood house in Costa Rica with views of the Pacific Ocean.

Architecture firm Studio Saxe has completed this house in Costa Rica and covered it with dark charred wood to blend it with its natural surroundings.

Charred teak wood clads Costa Rica house with views of the Pacific Ocean

Architecture firm Studio Saxe has completed this house in Costa Rica and covered it with dark charred wood to blend it with its natural surroundings.

Charred teak wood clads Costa Rica house with views of the Pacific Ocean.

Charred teak wood clads Costa Rica house with views of the Pacific Ocean

Charred teak wood clads Costa Rica house with views of the Pacific Ocean.

Magaldi Studio also used a second garden that includes a jacuzzi sunken into stone floor to divide the main residence from the guest house at the rear of the site.

Charred wood and stone create dark house Casa Di-Dox by Magaldi Studio

Magaldi Studio also used a second garden that includes a jacuzzi sunken into stone floor to divide the main residence from the guest house at the rear of the site.

A charred-wood-clad volume extends perpendicular to the main house to create a roof over an exterior living room and dining room in this Mexican home.

Charred wood and stone create dark house Casa Di-Dox by Magaldi Studio

A charred-wood-clad volume extends perpendicular to the main house to create a roof over an exterior living room and dining room in this Mexican home.

Magaldi Studio sourced the cladding of this boxy house locally, including the cedar that was charred black and the stone from a quarry in nearby Acatlán.

Charred wood and stone create dark house Casa Di-Dox by Magaldi Studio

Magaldi Studio sourced the cladding of this boxy house locally, including the cedar that was charred black and the stone from a quarry in nearby Acatlán.

Miami's Magaldi Studio used charred wood and dark stone to blend this boxy house "as a shadow in the green surroundings" of Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

Charred wood and stone create dark house Casa Di-Dox by Magaldi Studio

Miami's Magaldi Studio used charred wood and dark stone to blend this boxy house "as a shadow in the green surroundings" of Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

Miami's Magaldi Studio used charred wood and dark stone to blend this boxy house "as a shadow in the green surroundings" of Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

Charred wood and stone create dark house Casa Di-Dox by Magaldi Studio

Miami's Magaldi Studio used charred wood and dark stone to blend this boxy house "as a shadow in the green surroundings" of Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

The couple hired Chicago studio Searl Lamaster Howe to create a modern-style retreat with a high level of transparency and craftmanship.

Searl Lamaster Howe tucks Lawless Retreat into Michigan woods

The couple hired Chicago studio Searl Lamaster Howe to create a modern-style retreat with a high level of transparency and craftmanship.

The wooden exterior was chosen to contrast the look of the more traditional surrounding homes.

Two-toned wood facade wraps Washington home by Open Studio Collective

The wooden exterior was chosen to contrast the look of the more traditional surrounding homes.

Hand-charred wooden planks contrast whitewashed cedar in the facade of this house in Washington state, designed by Portland practice Open Studio Collective.

Two-toned wood facade wraps Washington home by Open Studio Collective

Hand-charred wooden planks contrast whitewashed cedar in the facade of this house in Washington state, designed by Portland practice Open Studio Collective.

"The use of clean lines and Shou Sugi Ban wood siding creates a very contemporary moment in a dead-end drive of a very traditional subdivision," said Open Studio Collective.

Two-toned wood facade wraps Washington home by Open Studio Collective

"The use of clean lines and Shou Sugi Ban wood siding creates a very contemporary moment in a dead-end drive of a very traditional subdivision," said Open Studio Collective.

Called Wooden Roof, the extension to a Grade II-listed house is clad in planks of charred wood.

Faceted roof casts zigzagging shadows over London house extension

Called Wooden Roof, the extension to a Grade II-listed house is clad in planks of charred wood.

Bureau de Change covers Long House with ombré effect charred larch

Bureau de Change covers Long House with ombré effect charred larch

Bureau de Change covers Long House with ombré effect charred larch