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This study focused on developing folk art tourism souveniors around Chirisan, which is the first National Park in our country. The courses of study are as follows. First, we grasp the present situation of factories in producing souveniors around Chirisan. Then existing souveniors are collted, and the problems and the improvements are found so that a new product, which is related with the natural surroundings of Chirisan, can be designed by having an eye to developing a product which is unique and which has local features. As the trial manufacturing case, the insect species which live around Chirisan are chosen as subject materials, and the pebbles of a surrounding stream are utilized. As well, the nodes and the roots of trees are used, and the bamboo product, and, partially, making it possible to produce them in large quantities and which can be made by hand if they need special handing, are developing as high quality and high class souveniors. It is expected through this research that tourism souveniors, which have originality and local character, can be developed by making design of souveniors interesting through the use of plentiful resources around the local area. dining tables.
호장줄을 이용한 가구 제작에 관한 연구는 전통가구 제작의 문목의 문양을 돋보이게 하는 시문기법의 하나로 임진왜란 이후 통영의 12공방의 하나인 소목방에서 시문기법으로 사용한 호장줄기법을 고 국가중요무형문화재 제 59호로 지정되었던 천상원으로 전승되어 오면서 삼호장, 오호장, 성퇴뇌문, 홑귀뇌문, 겹귀뇌문으로 발전되면서 해상을 통해 마산, 울산, 광양 등지로 전파되고 육로로 내륙으로 전파되면서 다양한 문양과 형태로 발전하고 있다. 본 연구에서는 경상지역의 통영, 마산, 울산과 전라지역의 광양, 동복의 소목가구에 시문된 호장줄의 제작 기법 및 특징에 대하여 조사 연구하여 점차 소멸되어가는 전통 기법의 재조명을 통하여 전통기법에 대한 전승과 계승발전을 도모하고자 한다. This paper presents research on furniture making based on Hojangjul, which is an engraving technique that highlights the wooden patterns of traditional furniture. Somokbang, one of the 12 workshops in Tongyeong, has used Hojangjul as an engraving technique since Imjinwaeran. It was inherited by the late Cheon Sang-won, who was No. 59 of National Important Intangible Cultural Properties, and developed into Samhojang, Ohojang, Seongtoinoimun, Hotguinoimun, and Gyeopguinoimun. It was then spread to Masan, Ulsan, and Gwangyang via marine routes and further into the inland areas via land routes, developing in various patterns and forms. The present study investigated and examined the making techniques and characteristics of Hojangjul engraved in joinery furniture in Tongyeong, Masan, and Ulsan in the Gyeongsang region and Gwangyang and Dongbok in the Jeolla region, thus shedding new light on the traditional techniques that have been gradually disappearing and promoting the transmission, inheritance, and development of the traditional techniques.
The purpose of this study is to understand the characteristics of the common people and the furniture they used and to investigate the general characteristics of traditional Korean culture in the late Chosun Dynasty in order to study the Characteristics of Bandagein Gyeongnam province. Local characteristics of the Bandaji were examined through comparing local style of Folk Houses Interior space composition and the utilization Bandaji of that space through the case study and literature review. Bandagein Gyeongnam province are classified as Tongyeong, Jinju, Miryang, Namhae, Yangsan, Gimhae. The height of Bandaji is relatively lower than in other provinces, the metal ornaments are simple, and the wood pattern is used to show simple and natural beauty. As a characteristic of metal decoration, Bandaji of Miryang have a lot of openwork decoration, Bandaji in Jinju have a cicada hinge and a decorative iron hook, Bandaji in Namhae have a peak of a lotus flowers shaped hinge and Ying-yang/ number pattern on openwork facet and Bandajji in Yangsan have a Violin hinge and Bandajji in Gimhae have emphasized ornamental features by using a rivet and lock made of tin and the cast iron.
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.
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.
In this study, I suggest dyed-Glued laminated woods by using birch woods which are relatively cheaper than others. Since the dyed-Glued laminated woods which have the various colors to satisfy people's tastes and the dignified grains in the old woods enable us to product freely, these can provide us with stability of supply through replacing rare materials. The making wooden furniture designed with dyed-Glued laminated woods has these following characteristics. (1) This method which uses various colored woods can fulfill consumers' tastes through dyeing wooden plates, instead of using domestic woods which have limited colors-white, yellow and black. (2) Gathering wooden plates made by setting them into various frames enables us to get in large quantities of the materials with good grains, which we can only take from old woods. (3) Producing culture products using various colors and grains has enabled us to satisfy consumers and to create pro-environmental pieces. In conclusion, this study can be an alternative idea to forest resources which have been decreasing, and be an application method of using cheaper birch woods as well. Gathering and dyeing wooden plates might bring about the economic effect and be of much help to the expansion as furniture materials as well as interior ones.