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Park Hyatt, Seoul

Park Hyatt, Seoul

Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. Wall features traditional decorative motifs that appear in textiles and architecture. #PhotojournalismKorea

Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. Wall features traditional decorative motifs that appear in textiles and architecture. #PhotojournalismKorea

Doorways in Buk-chon, Seoul #PhotojournalismKorea #KoreanDesign

Doorways in Buk-chon, Seoul #PhotojournalismKorea #KoreanDesign

traditional Korean roof tiles

traditional Korean roof tiles

귀면기와, 삼청동

귀면기와, 삼청동

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Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old,  "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old, "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.

contemporary style hanok

contemporary style hanok

Outside view of Mangyeongjae, a hanok in Bukchon, Seoul, Korea

Outside view of Mangyeongjae, a hanok in Bukchon, Seoul, Korea

Temple roof details.  Japan

Temple roof details. Japan

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