Posts Tagged ‘dining table’


Antique Korean Traditional Furniture Museum | Understanding the Traditional Korean Lifestyle

The Korean Furniture Museum is dedicated to providing a complete insight into antique korean traditional furniture, and the understanding of traditional korean lifestyle. Korean Furniture Museum have more than 1,500 pieces of varied traditional furniture collection, and it has completed the most ambitious building project as a private museum, after taking more than 12 years of craftsmanship in rebuilding the compound of hanoak. Source..

Korean Traditional Living room Furniture

Collection of Furniture Carved on Wood


Posted by on July 9th, 2009 No Comments

Wood Dowel Base Molded Chair for Dining Room Furniture

There is The Eames Molded Plastic Chairs with Wood Dowel Bases which I select for you as a complement to your Dining Room Furniture. It was relaunching by DWR at Sept 1st last year (Both the Armchair and Sidechair). I think you can check for this product by calling to the DWR’s site, for the consideration, you can check it first below, hope you like it.

Molded Armchair with Wood Dowel Base


Molded Sidechair with Wood Dowel Base


It was available in the 5 colors that the “eiffel base” molded plastic chairs are available in, plus new colors debuting at last year. They were accepting preorders for the first shipment that was coming in August. You may really have to call to preorder as they are not yet listed on their website.


Posted by on July 3rd, 2009 1 Comment

Kosushi Restaurant Interior | Enjoying your Sushi Hot Sauce Under the Japanese Atmosphere

Kosushi Restaurant is located in Cidade Jardim Shopping Mall, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and has designed by Brazilian architect Arthur Casas. This Sushi restaurant was designed perfectly so that create a japanese Atmosphere, in other words it’s make you feel like in japan when you Enjoying your Sushi Hot Sauce. Check the interior design of Sushi Restaurant with plenty of natural light and a “T” Floor plan, including the bar, dining area wall and lamp design.

The Sushi Bar of Kosushi Restaurant


The Sushi bar was design to function as a main entry to the restaurant. A mezzanine floor was located above the Sushi Bar given a lower ceiling to this area. Arthur Casas designed a backlit ceiling at the Sushi bar area to stabilize a relationship with the Japanese culture and the restaurant cousine. At the same time the backlit ceiling sinalized the main entry catching the public attention and amplify the lower ceiling space.

The Dining Area of Kosushi Restaurant


The dining area has a higher ceiling –approximatley 6m or 19.6 ft – and a big window giving plenty of natural light to the space. The comun dining table has received Tom Dixon’s pendant lights and directonal lights were placed along the walls, washing the artwork and the plaster finished walls creating a more dramatic and theatrical effect to the dining area.


Posted by on June 27th, 2009 1 Comment