Sepa'Rolls by Sezgin Aksu for Caimi Brevetti | A collection of partition screens with neutral and refined lines, easy to manage and handle

In keeping with its corporate philosophy, with a notable capacity for research and innovation in the office and contract furniture sectors, Caimi Brevetti presents Sepa'Rolls, a collection of partition screens with neutral, refined lines, easy to manage and handle. The project, designed by Sezgin Aksu, a Turkish designer with a cosmopolitan culture, is intended for use in public areas: restaurants, offices, hotels and stores. The rectangular frame of Sepa'Rolls consists of two tubular steel uprights and two crossbars, which can be used on a fixed foot at one end and a crossbar with one-way wheels at the other.

The frame supports the sound-absorbing slipover fabrics of the Snowsound Fiber 3 Melange collection, available in five colors, completely in polyester and 100% recyclable. The collection belongs to the broader range of ​​Snowsound Fiber patented technology products, based on soft interconnected acoustic polyester fibers, intrinsically flame retardant. Interaction between the acoustic fibers and the air reduces acoustic reverberation indoors, so improving the quality of life and work.

The upholstery fabric is easily removable thanks to a zipper at one end and has highly advanced sustainability and performance properties, including Greenguard Gold certification. This ratifies the characteristics of low emission of polluting agents, so making it suitable for care homes and spaces for the most sensitive subjects (the elderly and children).

At a glance

What is it and who is it aimed at?
It is a dividing screen for interiors, light and practical, designed to quickly separate people, tables and spaces.
What is the design concept?
These partition screens are extremely practical in use and easy to position, in line or at an angle, with outstanding mobility.
How is it made structurally and with what materials?
It has a metal frame with a sturdy steel base or a variant with two wheels, enabling two screens to be moved at once by a single operator.
How is it produced and where?
It is fully made in Italy and characterized by craft skills and finishes with close attention to detail.
How is it manufactured?
The textile parts are fully handcrafted, while the metal parts are a mix between manual processes and advanced technologies.
What is it like?
Useful, hygienic and colorful.