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A Study on the Development of Wooden Furniture Adopting Lamtae Lacquer Technique (남태 칠 기법을 이용한 목 가구 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Dong Kooi
    • Journal of the Korea Furniture Society
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    • v.28 no.1
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    • pp.27-35
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    • 2017
  • Wooden artifacts are generally manufactured by lacal materials with cultural characteristics. Bamboo crafts province In recent years, production decreased due to products using resin and new materials, and in particularm the traditional bamboo craftsmanship is in a situation of extinction. Among the techniques of bamboo craftsmanship, Lamtae lacquer technique which lacquers on bamboo crafts made of piece bamboo and weaving pattern is applied to wooden craft, and the purpose of this study was to develop the products that can be utilzed in the modern residential space, and to make the skill of wood crafts using bamboo be developed and spread the prototype was made of traditional bamboo acts and crafts, furniture made of piece bamboo and weaving pattern, and wooden artifacts such as stationary goods and lighting.

Analysis of Korea Buncheong ware by Bunjang (White slip) technique

  • Kim, Hae-Jin;Ro, Hae-Sin;Kim, Won-Seok
    • International Journal of Contents
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.70-76
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    • 2013
  • Bunjang is one of the oldest and the best known traditional pottery technique in the Korean ceramic history, which still remains popular today. This research designed for understanding origin and changing history of Bunjang, Birth of Buncheong ware, Definition of Buncheong ware, process of Bunjang, Texture of clay, Glaze, and firing, form, decorative pattern, technique of Bunjang, CIngredients and Raw material: Proportion of raw materials. Bujang technique that can be called beginning of modern ceramic art in Korea, in this research, we can recognize the aesthetic value of Bujang and how modern ceramic artists are going to take advantage of Bunjang technique for their own use.

Historical Review on the Korean Paper Folding Crafts (우리나라 종이접기 공예품에 대한 역사적 고찰)

  • Jeon, Cheol
    • Journal of Korea Technical Association of The Pulp and Paper Industry
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    • v.47 no.4
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    • pp.168-176
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    • 2015
  • The history of paper folding had continued before that the paper manufacturing technique was spread in the 3rd century and it was used for witchcrafts and rituals. Fold means as was used with the word Cheop and Jeopji. In the Three Kingdoms period, the conical hat with fabric spread as customs, then it was made of the paper that led the popularization of paper folding form the early Joseon Dynasty. Paper crafts and living things with paper are mostly derived from fabrics except the paper written for saint's name related God. In the period of the tribe nation, witchcrafts and rituals brought to Japan via the Korean Peninsula, as a result Kami which means God in Japanese that becomes the paper. The first folding fan was made to develop from the fan, Baekseopsun in the end of Goryeo Dynasty. It was an outstanding application of paper folding crafts. Since the early Joseon Dynasty, paper flower folding has considered as the virtue of savings and has developed one of the Korean traditional paper arts. Paper folding has also developed in the practical uses like the other Korean paper arts but paper folding that was developed as seasonal customs, playing or religious purpose showed a different trend from Korean paper arts.

A Study on the Metal surface Design from Mokumegane technique (모꾸메가네 기법을 활용한 금속표면 디자인 연구)

  • Yoon, Jae-Won
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.10 no.10
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    • pp.431-437
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    • 2012
  • In today's modern society, since the Industrial Revolution took place, still lots of goods have been produced in quantity. However, human's instinct has been growing bigger and bigger that he or she wants to possess the works or products of scarcity and aesthetic value of a sculpture handmade by craftsmen, not mass-produced with the same design patterns. Accordingly, it is required that an artist be concerned about the value of figuring out and pursuing an individual's lifestyle, his/her needs and inherent desires. Moreover, by means of visualization technique, an artist should provide the public with several scenarios about the future, letting them choose the one they want democratically. Therefore, with the help of Mokumegane technique, one of the traditional metal crafts techniques, which shows certain organic patterns joining different metals, this research aims for the inheritance of traditional techniques and the objective preparation for high-quality crafts market, studying the patterns expressed on the surface of metals, which are hard to find through machines.

Bukpo's History and Transition of the Hemp Fabric Production Technique (북포(北布)의 내력과 제섬(製纖) 기술의 변천)

  • Kong, Sang-Hui
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.50 no.3
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    • pp.44-63
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    • 2017
  • 'Bukpo' is called 'Tongpo' or 'Balnaepo,' which respectively mean hemp fabric that goes into a small bamboo tube and women's table utensil 'bari' in Chosen. It is fine hemp fabric produced in Yukjin, Hamgyeong province. Korea has been divided into North and South since the Korean War in 1950. As it is hard to get information about Northern life style or their traditional technology, their hemp fabric production is also left unknown. This study demonstrates characteristics of the production of 'Bukpo' through "Ojuyeonmunjangjeonsango", the only document that marked about 'Bukpo' making process of the late Chosen dynasty. It aims to analyze the transition of the technique and the meaning by comparing the characteristics of the production of 'Bukpo' with the modern era's documents. In this process, I discovered that the hemp fabric production technique at 19th century shares some sort of similarities with that of Europe or Chinese Miao(hmong). But the hemp fabric production technique changed before the 20th century. The evolution of Northern hemp fabric production technique can be a good example to examine the context of the traditional craft technique.

A Study on the Up-cycling Furniture Design Using the Korea Traditional Patchwork Technique - Focusing on the Production of Stitch Furniture Design - (조각보 기법을 활용한 업사이클링(Up-cycling) 가구디자인 연구 - Stitch 작품가구 제작 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Ja-hyung;Yoon, Yeoh-hang
    • Journal of the Korea Furniture Society
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    • v.27 no.1
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    • pp.49-58
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    • 2016
  • In modern society, designers started feeling moral and social responsibility in the aspect of environment as a position of suggesting something new. Rather than creating another waste to make something innovative, the concept of Upcycling which is about adding design or utilization to the existing recyclable materials to raise their value to products or art works has started settling down. Among them, there have been various researches on the use of offcut waste to be dumped. Such use of waste can be found in Jogakbo (patchwork), one of our traditional boudoir crafts. This could be connected to the concept of the modern Upcycling in the aspect of giving new values to the wasted pieces of fabric through needlework. Therefore, this study suggested Stitch work as new Upcycling furniture by seeking for the common connections between Upcycling and traditional Jogakbo, and then reinterpreting them in the same viewpoint. It was an opportunity not only to rediscover 'the esthetics of waste' by changing the awareness of 'behavior of dumping', but also to reinterpret or reconsider the tradition. Based on this, it is expected to continuously have new attempts to use offcut waste for eco-friendly design in the future, and also to have opportunities to seek for new directions of Upcycling to rediscover new values through the revaluation of valuelessness.

A Study on Development of Inlay Made from Dyed-Gathered Wood (염색집성목을 이용한 목상감 재료의 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Dong Kooi
    • Journal of the Korea Furniture Society
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    • v.26 no.3
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    • pp.207-221
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    • 2015
  • Inlay is a high technique of inlaying patterns on the surface of crafts and widely used transcending time and place at various hand crafting area. Inscribed pattern technique using rare materials in the area have been used by the artisans of artistic flair and functionality and its value is also highly regarded from ancient to modern and inherits and is being developed today. Existing inlay technique, however, has not been spread out because it needs craftsman's skill based on the handcraft and inscribed materials are very rare to use. This paper aims to replace natural wood Sanggam materials for traditional furniture patterns such as Samho Jang, Ohho Jang, Seongtoenoe Moon, Gyeopgwinoe Moon and wood inlay text like Soo (Long life), Bok (Luck), Kang (Peace), Ryoung (Relaxed) and gammadion cross pattern. Gathered black, yellow and white color dyed wood using power tools can replace rare natural inlay materials through reliable and standardized supply. Dyed-gathered inlay materials can easily replace wood inlay materials, therefore, attempt to create an improved direction regarding materials and fabrication techniques in order to make traditional or contemporary artistic furniture to be produced.

A Study on Suggestion of Sarangbang Furniture Design Using Korean Paper - Focus on paper cut technique (剪紙技法) - (한지(韓紙)를 이용한 사랑방가구 디자인 제안에 관한 연구 - 전지기법(剪紙技法)을 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Ji-soo;Yoon, Yeoh-hang
    • Journal of the Korea Furniture Society
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    • v.27 no.2
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    • pp.145-153
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    • 2016
  • Today, furniture design, which is changing and diversified, a movement to search a new formative world while reviving our traditionality is continuously proceeded, that implies a new possibility in our culture. In respect of such diversified materials, Korean traditional paper, Hanji (韓紙), has already been acknowledged with its excellence. Also, Hanji is a material that fully contains aesthetic consciousness of Korean people, accordingly, this research investigated and analyzed mainly with Sarangbang furniture among Joseon antique furniture, in order to study the possibility of Hanji decorated furniture as the objet in our interior space. This research utilized Paper cut technique (剪紙技法) among Hanji Crafts technique of expressive elements of Sarangbang furniture using Hanji, which is to make patterns and attach them by cutting out or engraving colored papers using scissors or graver to the wooden frame (白骨). Through this, this research could investigate production process utilizing Paper cut technique, also, Sarangbang furniture utilizing such Paper cut could be settled down as the objet with functional aspect and aesthetic completion in our interior space. Also, the researcher presents value of our original furniture by suggesting final output and considers that systematic researches should be conducted continuously on furniture henceforth utilizing Paper cut technique.

Development of Culture Goods with Traditional Lady's Art Craft Work (전통규방공예를 이용한 문화상품 개발)

  • Song, Jung-A
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.472-477
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    • 2011
  • In the tide of globalization, culture products play pivotal role in effectively introducing our tradition and culture to the world. This research is about developing culture products using our traditional lady's art craft work to attain the purpose of modern application through recreation of tradition along with modern technology. First, the types of traditional lady's art craft work include pouches, wrapping clothes and other accessories made by sewing except costumes. The materials used were cotton, silk, ramie, hemp and decorating techniques involved were embroidery, patchwork, quilting, knot. Second, the purpose of this study is developing culture products with traditional images which also satisfy modern sense. Therefore, items that could be used readily in daily life were selected. Such items include bags, mufflers, name card cases, brooches. In addition, the Korean traditional Patchwork images which have both western-style and modern sense were selected out of the many kinds of traditional lady's art craft works. Third, cultural products (bags, mufflers, name card cases, brooches) were created by DTP in silk with sacdong and free-styled division Korean traditional Patchwork images and quilting technique. The significance of this study lies in examining the possibility of developing modern culture products using traditional lady's art craft work. A way to further develop this study would be to shed new light on traditional crafts and local cultural resources and actively carry on the study of cultural product development to provide the foundation for developing cultural products with modern applications.

A Study on Comparative Analysis of Inlay Craft Technique of Relic in the Three Kingdom Period (삼국시대의 유물에 나타난 입사공예기법 비교분석 연구)

  • Park, Ji-Won;Park, Seung-Chul
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.11
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    • pp.505-513
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    • 2014
  • Modern metal craft is losing our tradition and personality with simple expressive methods and limited techniques without artistry with the purpose of mass production. In order for development of modern metal craft and to succeed our unique culture, there is a need to consider traditional craft techniques that have been delivered since the ancient. Inlay craft requires high concentration and technology, and it is typical traditional metal craft techniques that show contemporary culture and ideas well. the period of the Three States was the time when inlay technique was introduced the first, and it can be seen in Baekje, Gaya and Silla. Furthermore, when inlay craft is applied for modern metal craft, a possibility was found to grant artistic expression and historical value of our unique artistic expression and historical value. For this purpose, it is expected to establish development of modern metal craft and our unique individuality firmly when continuously seeking practical measures that can accept contemporary crafts and expanding opportunities of education to learn traditional techniques.