Monday, 7 January 2013

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

have a history dating back to the mid-600's in China. During the 1950's and 1960's Australia saw a strong revival in decorative privacy screens in residential and commercial architecture. Today we are enjoying another revival with strong traditional designs implemented with contemporary styles and materials. The two screen types that are heavily influencing are the byobu folding-panel screen from Japan and the Arabic mashrabiya, which is a lattice work screen of carved wood. After hundreds of years these traditional screens continue to inspire designers the world over with their exciting design and detail.Be clear about what you are trying to screen - is it just visual or is it acoustic as well? Create a list of requirements your screen must meet. The list may include points such as:

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

Decorative Screens

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