The particular demands of our time for defined spaces and separation have inspired designer Sam Baron.
He designed three screens for the Maison Pierre Frey that are focused on aesthetics as they are on function. Much as they have been since they first appeared in Europe in the 17th century, screens are used to divide spaces, isolate air and sound and enhance the décor in which they are installed.
The shapes and dimensions of Alcôve, Corniche or Horizon, made up of three, four or five leaves, elegantly blend in with classic or contemporary interiors. Modular, they are also fully customizable.
Located in Villers-Cotterêts, in the North of France, the Pierre Frey workshop manufactures exceptional furniture with the help of a team of experts; designers, carpenters, dressmakers and upholsterers.
All the panels of the screens are mobile and can be used to create different atmospheres. Foldable and removable, they are also easy to move and store.
Sam Baron has set his sights on two shades of the Portor faux marble design, which he elegantly combines with Woody, a wallpaper imitating wood planks with golden brown effects. These two designs are printed on vinyl, making them washable and therefore particularly well-suited to the heightened demands for an easily cleaned surface.
The three screens can also be dressed as desired, panel by panel, with any choice of wallpaper of fabrics of the Maison Pierre Frey, providing the perfect opportunity to have fun and dare to make crazy combination of patterns, colours and materials.
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As part of the current precautionary barrier measures to be adopted in connection with the COVID 19 crisis, the Maison offers a wide collection of vinyl wallpapers whose properties make it possible to clean the covering with a sponge.