Kazura has a robust and sturdy drawing with large scales. The incidence of light can give these scales an oil-like glow, which gives a unique look to the interior and exterior. The carbon layer has a solid structure, which makes Kazura resistant to severe weather conditions and is suitable as a durable cladding.
The wood for Kazura is made from Pinus Radiata, a fast-growing pine species from forests in New Zealand. The wood is thermally modified, i.e. the wood is heated to 230 degrees during the modification process without the use of chemicals. This gives this wood the durability class 1 (EN350).