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Cell, a different screen

For the lucky ones that you live in a loft, or you have rooms too large in your house to be cozy, divide the space It will always be a headache. While it is true that some designers begin to make interesting proposals, there are not too many options in the market beyond the traditional screen.

On this occasion, the solution is most curious. With Cell, Eldelweiss Industrial Design proposes that you mount the partition yourself, putting in your hands your particular vision of the Mecano that we have all played in our childhood. The result is, at least, surprising.

However, it reminds me of much less eighties. It looks like a barbarity to a lovely game that our colleagues from Vidaextra, World of Goo, presented to us a long time ago. I know, it's far-fetched and less "cool", but what am I going to do?

The proposal of these German designers has great virtues; is able to separate two spaces without losing the visual relationship among them. In addition, it is light and very versatile, since, being modular, it can be adapted to different measures and densities, covering a wide variety of needs.

I can think of, for example, one with a lot of fabric to split a dressing room from the bedroom. Another option is a lighter one to separate the room from the children's play area, so you can have them controlled without invading your space.

But not everything was going to be praise, against it we must mention that it is not self-supporting, that is, you need some support wall to stay. In addition, being made of somewhat thin wood veneers, it does not seem excessively resistant to the blows that it will surely receive.

So, if you have great stays to divide and you don't want to lose the eye contact, you have found the solution. Of course, watch the children or it will be somewhat ephemeral.

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