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Create an oasis with this multi-faceted room divider and define private, undisturbed spaces for breezy relaxation. Or, generate new space without confinement or limitation,
developing an open sense of seclusion and visual uniqueness through artful simplicity.
An organic structure, Green could hardly be more natural with its logical and unobtrusive design. When enhanced with plants, which instantly make this harmonious design their own, the woven dividers nurture them along to grow and climb, once again bringing you closer to nature - indoors, outdoors, horizontally or vertically.
The possibilities are endless. The combination of several room separators turns anyone into a creative interior and exterior designer who wants to develop his or her very own personal spaces.
Thanks to sturdy braces that are mounted on the floor, GREEN is a durable construction in any outdoor area, even when it is full of plants and the weather is rough. Available in the color of chalk.
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05 Articles about DEDON and Jean-Marie Massaud
A vortex in bathrooms
In the form of the “Axor Starck V” fountain mixer, Axor, Hansgrohe SE’s design brand, is entering virgin territory and conjuring up a vortex in bathrooms. Thomas Wagner talked to Philippe Grohe, MD of the Axor brand, on flowing and calm water, on vortices and other ways of making water a sensible experience.› To the article
Open Doors. Answer Right.
Santa Claus. Christmas Bright!
You know the ins and outs of design and architecture? Then take part in our special Stylepark Christmas Contest. Be it chairs, luminaires, or living room accessories – this year there are once again any number of great prizes to be won.› To the article
Comfy chair with a fur collar
What happens if fashion and furniture embark on a relationship? We’ve made a few matches for you from among the novelties at the Milan Salone and the catwalk couture for the coming winter season. All just coincidence?› To the article