Nakdong is a technique that cuts the surface of a odong tree by rubbing it with rice straw or molten it with fire, leaving behind a hard radish and cutting off a light surface. A traditional Korean decoration technique to save the original beauty of trees, blackened colors are naturally revealed, making the deep nature of the trees more beautiful. For this reason, wooden furniture with Nakdong was mainly used in the processing of Sarangbang furniture during the Joseon Dynasty.
Nakdonggusul box can be simultaneously emptied or filled as space is divided. It has a variety of props and a variety of different directing fun. Nine boxes are a structure in a large frame, a fluid piece of furniture that moves the boxes and changes into various forms.
Odong wood is light and useful in many ways. After nakdong, the hidden wood texture is revealed, so the warm and heavy texture is fascinating.
Charcoal Ash Tree
540 x 280 x 360
No. 55 Intangible Cultural Property of Wood Furniture Making (Somokjang)