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Black plexiglas folding screen  France  1980's  Four-panel screen with plexiglas triangular surface patterns in relief.

Black plexiglas folding screen

Black plexiglas folding screen France 1980's Four-panel screen with plexiglas triangular surface patterns in relief.

Atlas Industries: The folding screen comprises three hinged panels, without a designated top or bottom. They can be used singly, or in combination, to form a variety of undulating patterns; a sculptural yet functional addition to the home or office. In this image, two screens are shown.    This first version of the folding screen measures 72" x 40", and has a red opaque lacquer finish.

Atlas Industries: The folding screen comprises three hinged panels, without a designated top or bottom. They can be used singly, or in combination, to form a variety of undulating patterns; a sculptural yet functional addition to the home or office. In this image, two screens are shown. This first version of the folding screen measures 72" x 40", and has a red opaque lacquer finish.

Duplex | Dining room | Metal screens | Room divider | Pattern Steel | Lasercut | Framed | Interior design | Etienne Hanekom Interiors

Duplex | Dining room | Metal screens | Room divider | Pattern Steel | Lasercut | Framed | Interior design | Etienne Hanekom Interiors

Screen Mirror | Normal Studio for la Tôlerie Forézienne | Polished stainless steel | “From a polished stainless steel perforated sheet, we created a mirror to reflect the size of the city. By breaking the reflection it creates the illusion to play with reality. A progressive perforated frame suggests what lies on the other-side.“

Screen Mirror | Normal Studio for la Tôlerie Forézienne | Polished stainless steel | “From a polished stainless steel perforated sheet, we created a mirror to reflect the size of the city. By breaking the reflection it creates the illusion to play with reality. A progressive perforated frame suggests what lies on the other-side.“

Room Divider by Harry Balmer | From a unique collection of antique and modern screens at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/screens/

Room Divider by Harry Balmer | From a unique collection of antique and modern screens at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/screens/

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