Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Kalahari Resorts partnered with Nichiha on the exterior of their largest, newest property in Texas. Nichiha's VintageWood fiber cement panels were installed modularly on the expansive exterior, being craned into place. Read the case study for more project details.
When remodeling their home the Kaiserian family were seeking reliable, durable, and moisture-resistant exterior cladding to replace the old siding.
Trauma-informed design is becoming more popular as interior designers, architects, and others make decisions with the goal of creating spaces that foster safety, healing and well-being.
Modular construction reduces the time it takes to build along with the number of subcontractors needed, while also allowing for safer job sites and lower construction costs. Find out how Nichiha partnered with Hilton Garden Inn San Jose on their modular hotel build.
Inspired by architect Tadao Ando, homeowner Yumi Hacker envisioned a home of solid concrete, but building on the west coast presented unique challenges. Nichiha's IndustrialBlock gave her the minimalist look and high-quality she was looking for.
Ashley Wilson at HouseItLook had an expansive home to flip and needed a high-quality, stylish solution. Using VintageWood and ArchitecturalBlock from Nichiha, her team achieved a durable, eye-catching exterior that transformed this traditional home in Pennsylvania into a modern masterpiece.