Norwegian designer Kristine Five Melvær has made a series of sheer silk room dividers in pale, graduated colours.
The tops of the Tint screens are strung between pairs of poles, while the rounded bottom corners are left free to waft around.
"The dividers are forming semi-transparent, living veils in space, moving with the wind or people passing," says Kristine Five Melvær.
"They question the amount of shielding needed in order to create zones, as a fragile and organic counterbalance to rigid room dividers."
The project was presented at ™51 gallery in Oslo last week for an exhibition of work by Norwegian designers, called Tingenes Tilstand (The State of Things), where Kristine Five Melvær also exhibited a series of lamps that look like drooping flower buds.
Photos are by Erik Five Gunnerud.
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