Jill Fehrenbacher

STICK SCREEN ROOM DIVIDER

by , 01/25/06

grassdividers

If this isn’t the cleverest idea for a room divider, I don’t know what is. Instead of a boring old shoji screen in your house, you can have Globalhaus’s Stick Screen and be instantly transported to a distant savannah every time you pass through the dry “grass” of this wild room 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 ability to evoke the outback. Otherwise, what’s the point?



This is one of those ideas that seems so obvious, yet so cool – it makes me wonder, “Why didn’t I think of this?” Amazingly, these can only be found on one retail site and they are in the CLEARANCE bin. What is wrong with the world?

$905 AUD from CorporateCulture
(thats $680 USD for the yanks)

Via Housefish via Core77

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4 Comments

  1. lianne July 24, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    Im looking for a divider that you have on your page i was wondering if you ship them?

  2. Marie January 29, 2006 at 7:51 pm

    Oh how beautiful. I wonder if you could make one yourself… it’s craft time.

  3. Michelle January 27, 2006 at 8:42 am

    This is one of those posts that made me go “WOW”, like many things on this site do.

    Randomply trawling the net for nifty things later on, I noticed someone else had done exactly the same thing. In 2003. I guess there truly is nothing new on earth! :)

    But it’s still very, very cool.

  4. Mr C January 25, 2006 at 12:23 pm

    Too right Mate. It used to be we had a Prime Minister ['President'(ish) for the Yanks] who thought we were part of SE Asia and would value these. Bugger the Outback! Clearance bIn? Sign o’ the times.

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