Andinas Divider

€3,773.49*

Size
Colour
Quantity
1
Delivery up to 40 days
Product number: 00ADIVS-1

Width: 1100 mm
Height: 1300 mm

Material
Galvanized and powder coated tubular steel. PVC strings made from recycled plastic. Leather

Care instructions
Only use indoors. Wipe clean with a dry cloth, do not use chemical cleaners on the webbing. To protect the colours, avoid exposing the product to direct sunlight over long periods

Concealing and revealing at once, the Andinas room divider is a spectacular accent piece designed by Mae Engelgeer. The Dutch designer translated the varied landscapes of the large Huila region into a hand-woven pattern combining coloured recycled PVC strings and natural fique fibres held by an asymmetric metal frame. Its colour compositions are inspired by the snow-capped mountain peaks of the Andes, sandy deserts, the springs of the majestic Rio Grande Magdalena and the green Caribbean coast. “With this divider, you can create a space within a space, without covering up what is behind it”, says Mae Engelgeer about the collection. “That’s why I wanted these pieces to have open sections. They add an exciting final touch to any room setting.” The divider is available in two sizes and comes in two colour combinations. There’s also an additional decorative extension available that can be attached to the screen
Each divider is produced in ames partner ateliers in Bogota, Colombia’s capital. Working with PVC-Strings made from recycled plastic and fibres from the leaves of the fique plant, a local succulent, the artisans weave the pattern by hand over two weeks on the steel frame
Dutch designer Mae Engelgeer felt always drawn to textiles – from her school days through her studies at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute to her Masters in applied art at the Sandberg Instituut. Since opening her studio in 2013, she has been driven by her interest in traditional craft techniques. Using yarns, colours, patterns and fabrics, she pushes the boundaries of textile production to adapt old techniques for the modern day. Mae Engelgeer’s signature style combines subtle colour palettes, patterns and linear elements

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