Architectural Washi Parchment

Archive for July, 2013

Amano-Gawa (Milky Way)

Precious Pieces’ Art Washi was on display at The International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF 2013). People sew Washi and learned how they can incorporate this unique and environmentally friendly material into the next project. The large size is an excellent reminder that custom made Washi from Precious Pieces is available in large sheets – up to 30 feet x 100 feet.

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Amano-Gawa (Milky Way)

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Amano-Gawa (Milky Way)

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Amano-Gawa (Milky Way)

 


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)