Somokjang means carpenter who made of wood furniture. If Daemokjang produces buildings such as houses or temples, it makes house's suff such as wardrobe, box, as well as various farming implements, carts and palanquin.
Chanjukham is a versatile compound made from elaborate structure of oak trees. When interlock the each part, it fits together as if it were a one object. The joint was minimized to simplify the process. The delicate form of Chanjukham functions as an object that can enjoy the skills of the past in everyday life.
This product was produced by collaboration between Youngdo Song who completed the National Intangible Cultural Property training course No. 55 Somok-jang (carpenter) and Auroi's designer Kisang Gio. Also was produced as part of the program to strengthen the capacity of traditional skill that is supported by National Intangible Heritage Center.
90 x 90 x 90 / 130 x 130 x 130
No. 55 Intangible Cultural Property of Wood Furniture Making (Somokjang)