In a city like London, where rental space is at a premium, prospective renters can't afford to be picky about something like room layout, but Studio Ben Allen's new design makes it easier for people to take control of their apartment. The design, art and architecture firm has installed a series of modular geometric partitions in a north London apartment, letting the residents easily transform the space to suit the needs of the moment.
Studio Ben Allen's design consists of four perforated screens that cover each side of the apartment's central hall. These screens, whose geometric pattern consists of various interlocking hexagons, rhombi and triangles, can be opened in two different directions each, allowing for a multitude of formations in the apartment as a whole.
Studio Ben Allen's Patterned Screens Separate a London Apartment
1. Modular Partitions - Advancements to modular partitions through geometric design are growing, presenting opportunities for more versatile and user-controlled interior design.
2. Perforated Screens - Developments in perforated screens are changing interior design by presenting more artistic and unique options to divide spaces according to function.
3. Multifunctional Spaces - An increasing demand for flexible living spaces is leading to innovative multifunctional designs, opening up opportunities for designers to explore new possibilities in the home design market.
1. Interior Design - The modular geometric partition and perforated screens developments create opportunity to attract clients interested in unique and versatile interior design.
2. Architecture - Architects, particularly those dealing with small living spaces, can explore innovative ways of partitioning spaces to improve the functionality of the living space.
3. Real Estate - The use of modular screens and partitions provides flexibility and convenience in changing living spaces, thus becoming an attractive feature in the real estate market.