Park Hyatt, Seoul

I like the intricacy of this delicately carved wood partition. I like how each separate panel has a different design on it.

Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. Wall features traditional decorative motifs that appear in textiles and architecture. #PhotojournalismKorea

When a wall don`t need a wallpaper Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. Wall features traditional decorative motifs that appear in textiles and architecture.

귀면기와, 삼청동

recycled clay shingles - reusing waste product while retaining its characteristics

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Incredible the aesthetic present in this wall screen design. So meticulous

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old,  "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old.

Smiling roof tiles of Hwaeomsa Temple in South Korea. #PhotojournalismKorea #KoreanDesign

Smiling roof tiles of Hwaeomsa Temple in South Korea. Every time bad emotions come in, remember there are tiny details around us that emanate positive energy for us to keep up.

Find house full of happiness _ Hanok Hanok evolved traditions being kept

This is what I imagine is over the garage/shop Note the shades at the far end and the bench on the right

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