Made from solid acrylic bars with brass latching, this large partition screen is characterized by transparencies and optical effects that it creates with the possible background. It can be juxtaposed with a special hand-painting or hand-printed fabric realized in the Draga&Aurel workshop. The module can be also customised in size.
Made from cast resin and a semi-lucid brass free-standing frame, this large partition screen is characterized by the transparency of the resin, which creates light effects and color nuances. The unique shades were achieved by working with the resin in its moulds, colouring it while still liquid. The partitions are dual-facing, creating beautiful transparent veils to divide a space.
One of his few purely decorative objects, this piece by Christophe Delcourt celebrates his passion for raw materials and the continual inspiration he finds in the natural world. Rendered in brushed epicea, a variety of spruce, this dynamic and adjustable piece evokes the burls and organic shapes of a coniferous forest. Among our favourite accessories, the PAK imbues any interior space with depth, emotion, and warmth.
The screen is an oil-painted piece of art created in collaboration with an artist - Ewelina Makosa. Each screen is the artist's capture of a unique mood. A mood that strongly influences the interior space. Unlike a wall painting, a screen interferes with the room's geometry, which has an even more substantial effect on the user. The screens are hand-painted to order. The colors are carefully selected to achieve the desired atmosphere.
Man of Parts
Henley Street, designed by Yabu Pushelberg. Henley Street in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England is where the 16th-century half-timbered house that William Shakespeare lived in resides. Shakespeare’s father was a glove maker and wool dealer and the family house was divided in two parts to allow him to receive clients at home. The Henley Street paravant by Yabu Pushelberg allows you to define spaces by design with a solid wood frame.
Screen with panels and rings in solid brushed spruce (grey or black tinted)
A striking 4-panel black screen. Light moves and tones change as one views this screen in ebony straw marquetry. The verso is covered with natural Wenge veneer that has been lacquered and hand-polished to a rich finish. Base in solid patinated brass. Finishes: Ebony Straw, Wenge, Patinated Brass Natural Distress Shagreen, Wenge, Patinated Brass
Three panel screen framed in solid patinated brass. The main face is covered with a gesso material developed in our workshops that exudes the texture, lustre and cracquelure of real ivory. The reverse is covered with dark wenge veneer and the hinges are high quality Japanese double-folding types. Finishes: Antique Ivory Gesso, Wenge, Patinated Brass
Rich natural pigments animate parchment panels to create a captivating tall screen. The reverse in limed oak perpendicular panels. Edges and hinges in solid patinated brass. Finishes: Ochre Parchment, Patinated Brass, Limed Oak
A beautiful 3-panel screen designed by Antonio de Motta, bringing Brazilian curves and flair with playful use of negative space and texture. Finished in silvered straw marquetry and grey Koto veneer. Finishes: Ebony Straw, Wenge Silvered Straw, Koto
Gallotti & Radice
Shield Screen, designed by Pietro Russo, is a wooden screen composed of 4 curved “Colore” walnut inlaid wooden modules, while the inside is in Tanganika White Frisé. The metal structure is in satin brass and accessorized with two 6mm beveled mirrors. Shield Screen is a luxurious screen ideal for sophisticated bedroom spaces.
Gallotti & Radice
Chloe Mirrored Screen, designed by Studio G&R, is a perfect room divider, adjustable mirror, or useful for closing off parts of space with endless possibilities. The sides are covered by the extra light mirrors, which are flawless and of incredible quality
Belix Sculpted Screen- Is contemporary design and traditional arts and crafts that merged pieces and reflects the love for timeless beauty and dedicated approach, which always tries to break boundaries when merging the outstanding skills of craftsmen and contemporary design.