Take a look at the ATOL Partitions. Would you guess that it was geographical formations that influenced them? Many observers would simply perceive these space separators as contemporary pieces with an appreciation for vibrant colors and abstract forms.
The fourth photo in this series depicts the Palau Islands, which are the actual inspiration for these modern domestic objects. It's as if the curved black tops of the room dividers represent the protruding pieces of land that gush with lush greenery. Perhaps the lower portions represent the rock that remains submerged beneath the ocean's surface.
Reminiscent of the water, the vivid teal-toned fabric on one of Redo Design's ATOL Partitions would support this guess. The others display bright pink, neon green and a striking orange -- all colors that can be found amidst the native plants and flowers in the Micronesia region.
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Adaptable Desk Armchairs
Mobile Standing Workstations
Coat Rack Room Dividers
Plushy Linked Partitions
Enfolding Asymmetrical Partitions
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ATOL Partitions are Nature-Inspired for a Look That's Remarkably Abstract
- By: Amelia RoblinApr 10, 2013