Partitions are good for dividing a space, but how about adding extra functional value? The motif: the electrical wiring that keeps a car’s rear window from fogging up.
Translating the electrical wiring’s form into a three-dimensional metal frame connects the parts and creates a free-standing structure, even without a large, heavy base.
We attached highly stretchable fabric diagonally to the frame. This reduces the sight lines moderately but also creates openings here and there, ultimately minimising the overall sense of pressure, and also allows the user to freely change the shape of the shelves.