Dividing up a large living room or office space without a hefty construction project typically involves neutral or glass partitions that dull down the mood. For certain projects - perhaps involving overly "colorful" individuals already - subdued shades may do the trick. But to really jumpstart a productive work or an invigorating home environment, the inclusion of color psychology suggests you'll be much better off.
Fluowall. Designed by Paxton.
The Fluowall by Paxton is a customizable, modular partition made from acrylic panels that come in brilliant colors like orange, red or for a more subtle effect, in a frosted white or a tech-savvy aluminum. You may opt for either a floor to ceiling installation or a self-standing wall, and choose curved panels, flat panels, or a modular combination of the two.
Anodized aluminum poles with a circular steel base are used to hold the self-standing partitions upright for simple, temporary installations or for long term purposes. This type of installation is recommended for temporary or traveling displays to create structures easy assembled and disassembled. For the semi-permanent floor to ceiling panels, they have designed glazed aluminum, extensible poles (2080- 3400mm) with connections for the panels made from pressure die-cast aluminum, in a chrome-plated finish.
According to the Italian company's website, the structures are very easy to install. "Fluowall dividers are capable of adding a touch of personality and originality to even the simplest and most anonymous space," they state, "Installation is quick and simple, and allows any type of configuration to be created in just a few moments." Fluowall's innovative acrylic material allows natural light to pass through, re-energizing your space, making for a win-win answer to a hassle-free redesign.