Seven doors by Nendo for Abe Kogyo: Milan 2015: Nendo's ideas to reinterpret the simple wooden door include sliding portions, an additional opening for children and a portal that wraps around a corner | dezeen
Japanese sliding door, "Shouji"
Australian working in traditional Japanese form of making paper doors and panels, but he takes it to another level!
kumiko, japanese traditional woodcraft
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.