Pojagi HouseFlexible space weaved by pojagi (patchwork) cloth.
Traditional Korean patchwork panels called pojagi serve here as sliding doors in a modern take on the classic Japanese design concept of “tsuzukima,“ a large tatami-mat-lined space that can be divided as needed with screens. The moveable pojagi screens carve out a diversity of interior scenes depending on their layout, adding flexibility to the space. Together with 150mm-square wood colonnade walls, they create a warm, relaxed atmosphere within the simple layout. Shinkenchiku Jutaku Tokushu (2012-9), designboom and others
Shinkenchiku JT(2012-9), I’m home. no.84(Nov 2016), Japan Fenderation of Architects ＆ Building Engineers Award 2012, JIA 100 selected works 2012, CONFORT 2.2019, Archidaily/CL, designboom/IT