Creating Japanese Furniture and Interior Elements on Request
Next to full-fledged interiors and architecture, Sukiyado also offers custom-made Japanese style furniture and interior elements. A prime example being Shoji sliding doors or room dividers, but also Tokonoma displays and Torii gates. Everything is possible at Sukiyado.
The Meaning behind Sukiyado
The name Sukiyado is derived from the Japanese residential architectural style known as Sukiya-zukuri (数寄屋造り). This style is known for its informal aspects and evolved from the more formal Shoin-zukuri style. The word ‘Suki’ means refined taste or elegant pursuits, which perfectly captures the essence of Sukiya-zukuri. With the added suffix ‘Do’, meaning way or path, Sukiyado can freely be translated as ‘The Way of Elegant Pursuits’.
SUKIYADO - Design, Advice, and Realization of Custom-Made Japanese Architecture, Interiors and Furniture.
Zuidwijk 68, 2771 CD Boskoop
Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)6 206 75 854