In cabinetmaking, carpentry, or joinery, the Japanese employ techniques known for their robust and aesthetic results. From wari-kusabi to tsugite, including shachi-sen, Alexandra Bourgès introduces this ancient and respectful craftsmanship, which is now gaining followers in the West.
By the end of the training, the participant will have acquired:
This unprecedented training dedicated to Japanese assemblies in cabinetmaking opens the doors to a fascinating world where tradition and technical mastery intertwine to create works of exceptional beauty and strength.
At the core of this training, participants will have the opportunity to explore the ancient iconic joining methods of Japanese craftsmanship. Techniques such as « tsugite » « shachisen » and other complex joinery will unveil the subtle art of precisely and reliably assembling wooden pieces.
Participants will be initiated into the fundamental principles of joinery, learning to harmonize form and function while developing a deep sensitivity to the nature of the material.
This training provides a rare opportunity to acquire a unique skill passed down through generations, integrating these distinctive techniques that reflect the artistic heritage and technical excellence of Japanese joineries.
Wood workshop equipped with professional machines, classroom, multipurpose room
Supply of materials
Technical acquisition including an introduction to the operation of the tools, an introduction to their maintenance and their safe use.
Personalized monitoring of your work, regular updates, and collective feedback at the end of the training.
The work can be individual or collective.
Educational distribution: 70% practical, 30% theoretical contributions
Active participation and experimentation of participants is favored
Practical exercises, analysis tools
Payroll per half day
Acquisition of transmitted knowledge
Production during the workshop
The training is validated by a Campus MaNa certificate