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LONDON
UK

SAYOKO DESIGNS is established in London 2013 by Japanese designer Sayoko Shibuya. It is a place to create something within the space, or space itself, with ideas of possiblities in materials and different cultural experience between Japan and Britain. It is to make people to emotionally and physically experience the space.

room divider walls

The place we live is limited. Finding a way to utilise the space for everyday life is important. “Walls” are to establish new relationships between people and the wall. It will be completed by users with their possessions such as bags, clothes, shoes, etc. The wall could give users an opportunity to enhance their creativity by creating their own flexible screen and space.

There is a Japanese phrase “kabe wo tsukuru” which translates into “making a wall”. In fact, this is perceived as a negative phrase in Japanese and often means to distance oneself from people, by creating an emotional wall. This is exactly the definition of a wall; separation, creating distance and highlighting differences in spaces etc. Walls also bring a sense of protection to guard our everyday life from the outside world and give us privacy. However, interacting with others within the walls would enrich our lives. The existence of a wall creates two sides of a world as well as bringing together the spaces.

It is a flexible modular room divider. Place the individual frames and lock in with a variety of hooks to create your own screen by putting your possessions. It could also be used as a side table or a stool when it is unused and all frames fit underneath of it.   Hard wood + Steel Metal

It is a flexible modular room divider. Place the individual frames
and lock in with a variety of hooks to create your own screen by putting your possessions. It could also be used as a side table or a stool when it is unused and all frames fit underneath of it.

 

Hard wood + Steel Metal