To develop new ideas studying the past, knowing the new by visiting the old…
A desk surrounded by digital devices works most of the time within the virtual realm.
The sensory fatigue that accompanies this is without measure.
In that kind of environment, tangible activities like cutting and pasting is therapeutic
and can serve as a reminder of what it means to be human.
BUNGURYODO plays on the old Japanese wisdom it is named after
and thrives to be a stationary item that is virtuous like a Japanese tea
ceremony or the art of flower arranging.