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This was true even with the panels that prefigured electronic screens, including shoji, as well as mirrors and newspaper broadsheets.
These accommodations are characterized by tatami mat flooring, low wooden tables, shoji screens, futon bedding, and yukata robes.
In the rooms, relax in comfortable luxe—Villeroy and Bach basins, European soaker bathtub with a shoji-style screen, chaise lounge and plush bedding.
The genius of the building is the exterior skin that contrasts a massive bulk of gothic terra-cotta, brick and concrete with thousands of delicate shoji-like industrial steel sash window panes — that swing open!
The quietude begins with a shoji screen by Mr. Childress that blocks off the gallery’s front window, its lightweight frame reiterating the six basic lines of the hexagram structure.
The space is narrow and deep: 13 stools at a long bar under Tiffany-esque lamps, facing a wall of shoji screens, with Japanese matchboxes lined up precariously along its ledge.
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Origin and Etymology of shoji
First Known Use: 1880See Words from the same year
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