Partitions can work magic in open-plan rooms, masking certain corners and providing aesthetic intrigue of their own. The Casa Ideal Divider succeeds to become a sort of sculpture, skewing the view of what lies behind it and delighting the eyes as it does.
A collection of steel cylinders of various diameters have been powder-coated white and assembled into a perforated wall of a uniform thickness. A large portion of the horizontally laid segments of tubes are wide enough for an arm to fit through, and so sufficiently broad to permit a penetrating gaze. When perceived at 45 degrees, the Casa Ideal Divider appears completely opaque, allowing one to play with the perfect arrangement of this contemporary piece in his own unique space.