Along the grain of the timeworn sapwood, the heartwood of a wooden structure remains. On this core hangs an old piece of dark metal. That dark metal calls Duseok. The piece of metal still connects the frame to the door, which are of similar material but serve different functions.
Art direction & Supervising, Product design
「 The present table with the past beauty 」
Du-seok has a function of connector. Because it has color of bean so called Du(bean)-seok. Easy to handle than iron and has a similar feature of gold so used to enhance the dignity of the place. We studied the forgotten Du-seok and reinterpreted them to suit our current taste. A number of tablewares have been developed to enable the Du-seok to be used in everyday life.
We Modernized the traditional style to produced Du-seok fork. For each fork, a modernized pattern was applied with various traditional pattern to wish for a blessing. Fork, which naturally connects with the pattern, adds an unusual aspect to the class.
Bo Sang Hwa & Sung Sung Yi Centerpiece
The center piece is a combination of the insular and rough macheon rock and pocheon rock, and the decorative Bosanghwa & Sungsungyi patterns. If you look at the yard of a traditional Korean house, there are naturally carved terrace stones and water trap. It contains memories of how the house was being worn away by time and nature, creating a landscape of the house.
The wood tray made of Nakdong technique was decorated with du-seok handlers. The natural wood and subtle white-nickel persimmons naturally blend together as if they were grown together, adding a voracious look to the table setting. The Neunghyungmun is a pattern that is shaped like a diamond. A modern reinterpretation of the oblong style has produced a variety of forms.
Duseok Octagonal Tray
The Mokdan which is also called Peony, symbolizes the beauty of heaven and earth along with rich movies. Peony is referred to as the king of flowers because of its splendid appearance, and symbolizes harmony, wealth, eternal, and prosperity. The chrysanthemum has long been a symbol of the good omen and the auspice. We produced nakdong wood tray with du-seok emblazoned with peony and chrysanthemum. The product is designed to serve as a bridge with du-seok placed on each corner of the octagonal shape, and the splendid wooden pattern adds a richness to the tea ceremony. A gentle angle in the inside of the top allows for a more comfortable hand grip during use.
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