Japanese Paper networks to share rooms

room dividers made of handmade Japanese paper

Large spaces often seem uncomfortable and restless. In order to create smaller, clear areas that
are half-height shelves and cabinets placed as a room divider -often with the disadvantage that the furniture occupy much space and take away too much light.

The idea of a room divider of Japanese Washi Paper Craft Manufactory Hayashi in Mino is to divide space optical sections, without isolating them. Free-swinging, pull the light nets of Japan Handmade paper (washi) the eye and thus protect the Beyond.

Now what contributes to the fascinating effect of this simple room divider? "It is not only the mesh look that draws attention to itself. It is enveloping the material itself countless fine Japanese paper mulberry bast fibers of the web of woolen yarn and more time to fill out the spaces sometimes less. Translucent light is refracted as varied greatly and can create a very harmonious overall effect, "says Manager of KUMO Lifestyle GmbH, Claudia Moser, who distributes exclusively to your business Hayashi products.

Hayashi is able to manufacture room divider networks in a size of up to 3 x 4 meters. In this case, 10 paper champions needed to the huge dive with wool yarn-covered frame into the paper fiber pelvis. A process which itself is the traditional company Hayashi spectacle.

Washi room divider by Hayashi are in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, exclusively marketed by the company KUMO Lifestyle GmbH in Frankfurt, www.kumo-japan.com.

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