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The KwickScreen Can Define a Room as Well as Divide it

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 21, 2011 • References: kwickscreen and yankodesign
Partitions are invaluable accessories for adaptable spaces, but few can boast the abilities of the KwickScreen. Notably, any institution that chooses to acquire one would be delighted with its incredible flexibility in form and function.

Michael Korn designed this divider to assume an extra small footprint, ideal for rooms where every square foot is essential. It incorporates a set of swiveling wheels beneath its terminal, and another cluster to guide and support the retractable end of the barrier.

At 2 meters tall it can stretch 3.5 meters wide, providing privacy for patients in hospitals. It can section of gallery spaces in museums and schools, enhanced by its ability to bend effectively using NASA RolaTube technology. The KwickScreen can be easily washed and put away, and can become an opaque, transparent or projected surface according to preference.