Furniture clips connect modular furniture together, securely holding the furniture but also serving as an ornamental in itself. The Du-seok Furniture Clip transfers the philosophy of the old ancestors who had reasoned each object with meaning and spirit.
The Yeon Hwa pattern means the lotus pattern, and it symbolizes prosperity and abundance. The Gwigammun is one of the geometric pattern similar to the shape of a turtle's shell, which symbolizes longevity and auspiciousness. Expressing the view from the top down of a hanok in a geometric pattern. The roof of the hanok is decorated with the calm hues of tiles and graceful curves, giving a sense of the noble spirit of Seonbi.
Bullocho is a medicinal herb that lives in Sinseon, symbolizing the longevity of Buddha, and has been painted in various places, including paintings and artifacts, to capture its meaning. Azamun is a pattern derived from the Chinese character's A(亞), which has a long, continuous way of development to represent the meaning of longevity.
The wild rose is used as a medicinal ingredient because it has nothing to throw away from the it to the legs, and symbolizes the eariness. The chrysanthemum has been prized as one of the four warriors along with plum blossoms, orchids and bamboo, and symbolizes clean and high spirit.
This product was produced in collaboration project between Daechun Heo, Ahn Leehwan who is no.64 Intangible Cultural Property of Metal Craft and Auroi's designer Kisang Gio. It was produced through the Yeol project, a craftsmanship project of the foundation, Yeol.
110 x 38 x 40 / 143 x 54 x 36 / 133 x 46 x 36 / 130 x 38 x 36 / 152 x 35 x 36
81 x 87 x 36 / 90 x 45 x 36 / 60 x 45 x 36 / 150 x 65 x 36
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No. 64 Intangible Cultural Property of Metal Craft (Duseokjang))