February 24, 2006
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Decorative aluminum screen

The Cellscreen is a simple mathematical honeycomb panel crafted from crisp lightweight aluminum. It is a cellular filter structure which explores rhythm, repetition, and sequence. Intending to achieve visual density and decorative effect with a minimum of means, designers Korban Flaubert generated the cellscreen from the simplest geometry, using a single line length and a repeated five-way joint. Inspired by decorative patterns in Islamic architecture, mathematical sequences, and patterns in nature, the cellscreen is a product which possesses an intensity of decorative detail, yet is produced using industrial processes.

Contact: Korban/Flaubert, Sydney, Australia.

For more information, see Transmaterial: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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