Posts tagged as 'partition systems'

'Reverso' interactive separation system by Yann Mathys

‘Reverso’ interactive separation system by ECAL/Yann Mathys

One of the highlights of imm cologne 2014 was ‘Reverso’, a revolutionary interactive separation system by Geneva-based designer/ ECAL graduate Yann Mathys.

 

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Launched this year, Kinnarps’ Prim screen is a functional acoustic partition which can be used spatially in creative ways

Launched this year, Kinnarps’ Prim screen is a functional acoustic partition which can be used spatially in creative ways

With a new research-based strategy, interior workspace brand Kinnarps reckons it has seen the shape of things to come in our work lives. (Text: Jane Szita)

 

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'hori:zon' by Maasberg

'hori:zon' by Maasberg

For more than 80 years the family-owned company Maasberg has been expert for functional textile solutions for ambitious interior designs.

With hori:zon the German manuafcturer presents a new sunblind system which is special for its variety in height and width. The PCM garment provides an active thermal insulation. Thanks to this “heat management without use of energy” Maasberg was awarded with last year’s Design Innovation Prize.

hori:zon is available in a wide range of panel coverings and suitable as a partition too.

hori:zon by Maasberg

hori:zon by Maasberg

hori:zon by Maasberg

hori:zon by Maasberg

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'nan15' by nanoo

'nan15' by nanoo

The Swiss manufacturer nanoo presented this modular new shelf system designed by the Israeli designer Nitzan Cohen. The shelves impress through their concept. On the basis of the kind of bookends that one finds in every library, Nitzan Cohen develops a whole set of shelves. Base and back form a module with which a set of shelves in almost any size can be constructed. Already the smallest individual part forms an element that in itself functions as a miniature shelf. The product is characterised by a slightly inclined base with side walls positioned at right angles on either end. That means books are always in their optimal position on the shelves, even in small groups. Even when a book is taken out, what happens is not what we all know and expect: the remaining books do not begin to fall over. nan15 is an ever expandable set of shelves, which also functions as a room divider. The clever arrangement of base and back makes both sides of the shelves an attractive structure in any living room or office.

'nan15' by nanoo

'nan15' by nanoo

This set of shelves consists of only two different pieces which can be combined to any length or height. The structure can be assembled without using any tools and can be expanded at any time.

Specifications: sheet steel 2 mm, colour powder-coated

'nan15' by nanoo

'nan15' by nanoo

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'Sail' by Albed

'Sail' by Albed

Albed is an Italian manufacturer specialised on premium doors, dividing and storage systems. With their new product family ‘Sail’ Albed demonstrates again an extensive knowledge of aluminium. ‘Sail’ is a system which can be used as partition or storage. Both functions can easily be linked to one another.

'Sail' partition system

'Sail' partition system

The system is made of aluminium mountings fixed on the wall or to the ceiling, with adjustable feet that can even be fixed to slanting ceilings. A wide range of equipments can be placed between the mountings: Aluminium shelves, containers with doors or drawers, a computer desk etc. A glass back turns ‘Sail’ into a partition wall in order to have open spaces equipped with any kind of accessory or closed by a sliding door-panel.

'Sail' storage system

'Sail' storage system

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'Softblock' by molo

'softblock' by molo

molo is a Canadian manufacturer and design studio dedicated to materials research and an exploration of space making. The paper room devider ‘Softblock’ designed by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen exemplifies molo´s ideas of intimate, temporal space making and the original thinking behind all their products.

With LED application

With LED application

The elements of the soft collection have been designed to be used and reused in variable and dynamic ways; replacing the need for more costly, inflexible alternatives of partitioning and arranging space. Despite being made from the light weight materials of paper and non-woven textiles, the honeycomb geometry lends these structures high strength and flexible resilience with an economy of material resource.

‘softwall’ and ‘softblock’ modular system consists of building blocks and free standing partition walls in a variety of sizes, two materials and three colours. All elements in the ‘softwall’ and ‘softblock’ modular system connect together with concealed magnets in an almost seamless way with the vertical joints blending with the rhythm of the vertically pleated structures.

'Softwall' and 'Softblock' by molo

'softwall' and 'Softblock' by molo

‘softwall’ and ‘softblock’ further provides a medium for shaping acoustics and light within a space. The cellular structure and vertical pleats that run the course of an expanded wall serve to dampen sound while translucent or opaque versions of softwall can sculpt the light of a space.

Recognized for its poetic and pragmatic beauty and innovation, ‘softwall’ and ‘softseating’ have been acquired by several museums, including the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

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