Highly detailed shoji feature screens made by Japanese artisans in Japan. These screens are assembled using very fine timber sections that are assembled without nails.
This fine woodworking method began in Japan during the Asuka Period (538-710 AD) and is still practiced today. They traditionally have featured in room dividers and above door openings in traditional buildings.
Today we typically feature them as an entry show piece in a home, an office foyer, or a restaurant entry.
Please contact us to discuss how we might implement this into your design.