These Japanese Shoji inspired screens are designed to provide the option of privacy within an open plan living/dining area. The screens divide the space into 2 separate living areas and are made in NZ native Matai.
Defused light is let through the screens which have opaque acrylic panels throughout. These panels mimic the effect of rice paper – but have the added benefit of being hard wearing and durable.
The screens run along an attractive brass track. When fully open the screens are parked away out of sight behind a wall panel. When the screens are drawn the separate spaces created can be easily heated – an extra bonus on those cooler nights.
Image credit: Designed in collaboration with architect Peter Joyce