Inspired in part by camouflage patterns, Modular Screen is a space-defining system of pierced panels comprised of a series of CNC milled layers, designed to de-emphasize the individual panel when the pieces are assembled together. Thin and lightweight, the Modular Screen can be configured in an unlimited number of layouts, allowing the user to control the resulting levels of opacity and transparency. The result is a adaptable hanging partition in which the layering of individual segments in fact hide it’s modular nature.
New York architects and industrial designer siblings Robert Moorehead and Granger have improved a particularly surprising screen system for their interiors made of CNC milled panels. Fully modular in conception, this bubbly screen design is an inventive way to divide up space in large spaces without eliminating design or originality with something as brutish as a flat rolling partition. Further, the fact that the screen is made of metal is always attractive to the inventive modern interior designer: it would be clean, go well with a lot of different colors, lighten up a dark room or even out a bright room. What’s most interesting about this design is that it match two separate requires for a screen partition: it can both easily separate the room and serve as a creative interior sculpture. In fact, the accents you will get with this screen from attractive lighting plans alone would make it worth trying out on your next design assignment!