This Plant-Based Plastic Screen Fashions a Play of Light and Privacy | Gradient Curve Screen

Gradient Curve Screen

A platform to create circular and customisable interior furniture and architectural finishes, Aectual designed a plant-based plastic screen with its partner House of DUS. The Gradient Curve Screen by House of DUS for Aectual is a semi-transparent screen that fashions a play of light and privacy through its adaptive patterns. Know more about it on SURFACES REPORTER (SR).

Made out of plant-based plastic, the Gradient Curve Screen adopts a waste-free 3D printing technique (fused granulate fabrication).

Made out of plant-based plastic, the Gradient Curve Screen adopts a waste-free 3D printing technique (fused granulate fabrication). Inspired by the human eye to filter light, the screen has a softly curved grid that has alternating louvers which can be positioned fully open and close, thus allowing a customized point of light with a gradient effect. Each cell of the screen that comes with louvers allows for unique designs, sun shading possibilities and privacy. Available in 17 colours, the screen is easy to scale to any size of space. It is durable, easy to clean, 100 per cent VOC free, red list free, circular, CO2 neutral and 100 per cent recyclable. The screen can be used to create window screens, feature walls, room dividers, or furniture panels.

The screen can be used to create window screens, feature walls, room dividers, or furniture panels.

An individual Gradient Curve Screen comes in min 500mm X 500mm and max 2300mm X 1300mm sizes with a thickness of 40mm.

Image credits: Aectual

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