GREEN wall horizontal
Designed by DEDON, this wire mesh green wall creates an oasis with this multi-faceted room divider and define private, undisturbed spaces for breezy relaxation. Or, generate new space without confinement or limitation.
Tall and thin, low and wide, curved, double-sided, and most important: the plant materials, as well as the expression and design, can vary ad infinitum.
Meeting Space by Richard Shed studio
A simple meeting space for a creative agency in Shoreditch, East London. The creative idea is the needs for privacy and a division of function in their studio, Richard Shed & An Michiels solution was to design a timber partition wall which has a defining presence in the space.
Images source via Yatzer.
Modern Fireplace Design Divider
There are many fireplace designs that are inspirational. All of them are so amazing but this modern black design is not only a fireplace but also a wall divider and a TV holder. Three elements packed into one.
Natural Tree Branch Divider
Natural Tree Branch Divider by Natsiq Outdoor features towering tree branches attached to a lacquered stainless steel base. It acts much the same way a natural privacy screen of trees would, allowing in just the right amount of light and breaking up space without closing it off.
Globalhaus’s Stick Screen Space Divider
The sculptural Stick Screen is mobile and modular and comes in either wood or acrylic sticks. Of course, we much prefer the wooden sticks for their organic texture and the ability to evoke the outback. Otherwise, what’s the point?
Yet another simple DIY screen partition. The string’s thick rope stretched from floor to ceiling, these vertical jute rope division walls that allowed for defined “zones” but still retained light and visibility throughout the entire space.
Via Brick House.
Fiber Optic Room Dividers
You got to be rich to own this partition, the fiber optic strings mimic natural phenomena like sea creatures and waterfalls for a truly otherworldly feel.
Wooden Pallet Room Divider
If you’re a wood lover, this is perhaps the cheapest and most honest design. Not only it can be easily DIY, but it is also environmentally friendly as it recycles unwanted Pallet.
via my friend Staci