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 produced the console with neunghyungmun du-seok and peony carved on the du-seok handle. The Peony represent wealth and abundance due to their colorful and rich flowers, and have been used widely with auspicious meanings. The neunghyungmun is a pattern that is shaped like a diamond. A modern reinterpretation of the neunghyungmun pattern has resulted in a neat form. The console represents the geometric line of the window door of the hanok. The combination of simple structure and fancy du-seok makes feel beauty and balanced.
This product was produced in collaboration product between Daechun Heo, Ahn Leehwan who made du-seok, and Wondeok Kwon who made wood furniture, with Auroi's designer Kisang Gio. Daechun Heo, Ahn Leehwan is no.64 Intangible Cultural Property of Metal Craft. Wondeok Kwon completed the Intangible Cultural Property of Jeollabukdo training course No. 55 Wood Furniture Making. It was produced through the Yeol project, a craftsmanship project of the foundation, Yeol.
Charcoal Ash Tree, Cupronickel
1200 x 360 x 780
No. 64 Intangible Cultural Property of Metal Craft (Duseokjang)
Jeollabuk-do Intangible Cultural Property Somokjang (Wood Furniture Making)
Yéol Project, Artisan of the year - Young craftman Collaboration