2020 年 4 巻 1 号 p. 1_49-1_58
Traditionally, bamboo plants are used as primary materials for various needs and for making products. These materials can be combined with synthetic materials such as acrylic rods. The results of the combinations of these materials can produce a visual appearance namely the moiré effect that can present certain visual impressions on the surface of the materials. The purpose of the study is to make clear the visual impressions of woven bamboo by combining it with acrylic rods materials. The process for combining these materials, called cross-weave, is taken from the Numazu fence style pattern. The Correspondence Analysis method was used to evaluate the visual impressions of combining materials and then the cluster analysis method was utilised to classify the samples of materials based on the visual impressions they generated. The visual impression results obtained are Active, Passive, Traditional, Futuristic, Organic, Non-organic; and the samples of materials are divided into five groups based on the types of visual appearance they produce. The results of this study can be used to improve the use of bamboo materials for various purposes.