By Nadia Lionello
Photos di Efrem Raimondi

Created as protection from drafts, impersonal but practical, aesthetically marginal, over time the screen has changed its uses , becoming an important decorative feature to divide spaces or to hide things that shouldn’t been seen   Opto screen with irregular geometry, frame in solid oak, panel in metal painted in different colors, or natural wrought iron.

Designed by Catharina Lorenz and Steffen Kaz for Colè. Tina XXL bench in Canaletto walnut with padded seat, covered in fabric in the same color as the structure, in leather or eco-leather. Designed by Zaven for Miniforms. Mad Chair with single armrest, structure in flexible moulded polyurethane. Covered in fabric or leather. Legs in solid wood with Spessart oak finish. Designed by Marcel Wanders for Poliform.

F22 Clove floor lamp in galvanized and powder-coated steel, in white, anthracite or red. Low-consumption light bulb. By Dompieri&Pisoni for Fabbian. Miro screen composed of MDF panels, with mirrors on both sides. On the front, a transparent film bears a photographic image. By Francesco Bolis for Driade. Claire chair with natural ash structure, also available with smoke finish, seat and back covered with Teflon treated waterproof and stainproof fabric in three colors, or cotton fabric in four colors. By Orlandini Design for Calligaris.
Paper Patchwork component screen with panels in natural wood and covered with paper, in the new colored version. Part of the Paper Collection by Studio Job for Moooi. Stack chair with structure in solid ash and metal, seat and back with high-density polyurethane cushions, covered in fabric, leather or – by request – a mixture of materials and colors. By Stefan Krivokapic, Studio Skrivo for Contempo.
Nippon hanging lamp with methacrylate support and shade in anti-reflection polycarbonate with multicolored decoration, or in black and white. By Roberto Giacomucci for Emporium light.
Simbolo screen from the Dream collection, in painted aluminium in the versions with white and black stripes, or with prints and aphorisms on the theme of dreams, or personalized with selected colors and prints, from Garilab by Piter Perbellini for Altreforme. Cerva chair with high back, structure in wenge-stained solid beech, covered with fabric with leather back or entirely in leather, from the Fendi Casa collection.
Designed by the Fendi Casa team, produced by Club House Italia. From the Element collection, high table in metal painted black, white or red. By Tokujin Yoshioka for Desalto.
Metropolis table with beech legs and natural die-cast aluminium connectors, elliptical top in transparent tempered glass, in different sizes. Design by the Scab in-house styling center. Vase from the In the Air collection, in blown glass with cement base. By FX Balléry for Secondome. Screen in solid natural elm, base in painted metal, from the Fonte collection, also suitable for the bathroom.
By Monica Graffeo for Rexa Design. Owens chair with moulded aluminium legs painted with pewter-tone finish. Padded seat and back covered in fabric or leather in a range of colors. By Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti.
Zebra screen composed of small strips of painted aluminium, colored on one side, with mirror finish on the other, connected with fabric joints.
Design Maurizio Galante for Opinion Ciatti. Terrazza drawer unit in natural ash veneer lamellar wood, legs in solid ash, matte painted drawer fronts in shades of red. By Emiliana Design Studio for Valsecchi 1918. Pulce table lamp for diffused lighting with sphere in white and blue or white and yellow opaline glass, base in aluminium painted in two colors. Designed by Emiliana Martinelli for Martinelli Luce.
Diva screen with panels of different heights for free compositions, customized with cover fabrics. Produced by Arflex. LC17 bench with structure in natural varnished Canaletto walnut, white or gray lacquer finish, padded seat in polyurethane with removable cover. Designed by Paola Navone for Letti&Co.
Alfred, a small screen composed of a panel clad in felt and an oak frame. Designed by Numéro 111 for Ligne Roset. Hive hassock with hexagonal seat, covering composed of small leather petals, assembled work cuttings and base in black chrome steel rod, posts covered in leather, small table with top in painted bent sheet metal, matte nickel-bronze finish. Designed by Atelier Oï for B&B Italia. Cheshire floor lamp with diffuser in green, white or black polycarbonate, metal stem and base in painted zama. Designed by Gamfratesi for FontanaArte.