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Screens provide transparency and visual continuity while defining spaces. They serve as good aesthetic treatments for interiors and add character to a space.

Read more below to see the material of screens you want to customise, and the creative uses you can use the screens for.

1. Hand Assembled Wooden Screens 
Traditionally used in Chinese and Japanese interiors, wooden screens can be spray painted, stained a darker wood colour, finished in matte or gloss. Gloss finishes are relatively popular due to their functionality. You can customise your own screen patterns, or seek some help from us!
Decorative Uses 

Re-Source's project of a Chinese screen at Oriental Square Restaurant adds a oriental touch.

Aalen University Extension by MGF Architekten from Archdaily

2. Metal Screens 

On Metal Screens, you can have lasercut patterns on metal sheets or box-up framed screens. Thickness can vary on usage wise. To finish the metal screen look, you can choose the end treatment to be either powdercoat, anodised, rusted or raw.

Read the below to see some ideas on what you can do with your customised metal screens!

Facade TreatmentsLasercut facade for windows by Grace&Webb

Partitioning Zones

Re-Source's metal screens in anodised rose gold for Hotel Chancellor's Zipang restaurant.

Cordoning Areas
Laser cut metal door by Pierre Le Roux

Concealing Areas 

Article from Decoist 

Shielding Purposes 
Deck design by Wolveridge Architects

3. Nylon String Screens 

Nylon String Screens act as artistic partitions and preserve privacy while offering a touch of simple elegance. As Nylon is strong and durable, you do not have to worry that they will split.


For Marriot Suites, designer unknown

Takaaki Kawabata's design for a bedroom that separates the changing area and storage area.

Zoning Areas 
Design by Karin Matz Arkitekt

4. Laminated Glass Screens 
Laminated Glass Screens are available in a variety of patterns and finish. Not only are they classy and simple, they are practical and functional. They are strong and do not shatter as they are safety glass that holds together even if cracked.

We can customise the materials to be laminated in between the glass panels.

Precious Pieces' feature wall at Nobu Miami Japanese Restaurant that uses washi in between laminated glass panels.

5. Laser-Cut MDF Screens 
Medium Density Fibreboards are denser and thicker than the general plywood as they are engineered wood products made from wood residuals to fibres. MDF Screens are light weight, strong and easy to install. 

Compared to the rest, they are cheaper and an effective way to create patterned screens in solid colours.


Partition designs by Mentha 

Decorative Backdrop

Panel design by Mentha Lace 

Impressive Walkways 
Light up your walkways with these impressive screen designs made of MDF boards.

Impressive hotel corridor lit up by illuminated customised MDF screens