A Global 1st. Shou Sugi Ban, ProFlow Permeable Black Locust Pavers. Chateau Hanare. Hollywood, California
This Highend Restaurant in West Hollywood was the first project we used the Shou Sugi Ban technique to achieve an almost black finish to our Black Locust Permeable Proflow Pavers®.
A Patent Pending Product. A Patent Pending Green Paving System.
Chateau Hanare, Which translates to “A Cottage Set Apart”, makes for a beautiful, intimate Japanese style restaurant with the best sashimi in West Hollywood, California.
Nestled within the prestigious property and hotel, Chateau Marmont, this striking, iconic property which you enter in on a Shou Sugi Ban styled wooden pavers, known as ProFlow Permeable Black Locust Pavers.
These ProFlow Permeable Pavers we’re chosen to reduce the heat Island Effect contained within a small outdoor patio-dining area and also for their ability to capture the StormWater
and act as a biofilter, which has much better environmental benefits than becoming StormWater runoff which can cause flash flooding, especially in dryer climates such as California.
We certify that none of the above listed chemicals are used in the manufacturing of our wood and therefore are not expected to be present in the above mentioned products. Neither can we conceive of a mechanism whereby they could be formed.