a+u Architecture and Urbanism November 2007 Special Issue
The Art of Handcrafting Washi Paper has a Rich Tradition in Japan. to Pass on the Culture and Technique of Japan’s Paper-Craft to Forthcoming Generations, Eriko Horiki Seeks Innovative Possibilities in Working with the Idea of “washi in Architecture”. Having Acquired the Traditional Technique of Washi-Making in Fukui, Horiki Personally Handcrafts Washi Paper of Her Own Design in Her Studio. the Work that Materializes from Her Novel Ideas Gives Space a Rich Character that is Reinforced Through the Changing Qualities of Light.