Dougong, the Chinese system that supports the eaves of temple buildings, combines large and small pieces of wood used to protect buildings from natural disasters.
The decorative beauty of the multiple layers of Kumi-mono is a symbol of robust Japanese architecture.
The design source of the Structural table is the beauty of wooden architecture, a style of architecture introduced from China that evolved uniquely in Japan’s climate and weather.
The top panel resembles the large roof of a temple, and the cloud-shaped legs are the pillars that support the large temple roof and the cloud elbows of traditional architecture that support the extended eaves of the roof.
This table was created with high machining accuracy.