Architectural Washi Parchment

Room Divider & Screen

Extra Large Washi Windows for Hibachi Restaurant Dining

Precious Pieces designed and completed a project for a theme-oriented upscale hibachi/ steak restaurant. We created the entire restaurant’s schematic design, from the roof tiles to the signage. Extra large Washi was placed in-between reinforced glass for the window design. The traditional Japanese landscape mural is made with Washi, giving you a glimpse of Japanese culture.

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Extra Large Washi Windows for Hibachi Restaurant Dining (Mount Fiji)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray) single piece

The room dividers narrate various stories of nature that can be interpreted in several different ways involving the flow of water. The images can be seen as a waterfall empties a body of water, which ends up splashing vigorously at the rocks below. Other stories include rain falling onto land and seeping into the soil. The effect is to bring a more natural-light note into the spaces it’s placed in.

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

 


Mizushibuki (Water Spray) 3pcs

The room dividers narrate various stories of nature that can be interpreted in several different ways involving the flow of water. The images can be seen as a waterfall empties a body of water, which ends up splashing vigorously at the rocks below. Other stories include rain falling onto land and seeping into the soil. The effect is to bring a more natural-light note into the spaces it’s placed in.

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)

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Mizushibuki (Water Spray)


RAMON (Spring Waterfalls)

RAMON / Spring Waterfalls

RAMON / Spring Waterfalls

RAMON / Spring Waterfalls

RAMON / Spring Waterfalls

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RAMON / Spring Waterfalls