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Product> Great Dividers: A Roundup of Operable Wall Systems

Moveable partitions give structure to open floor plans and adapt to shifting spatial needs. Defining diverse areas large and small, public and private, they have long been utilized in office settings, and are gaining popularity in residential loft developments. Fitted with clear or translucent panels of glass or resin, the walls transmit rather than block natural light. PK-30 System PK-30 Folding walls, room fronts, and clerestory windows all utilize the same aluminum profile, thus achieving design continuity through several different architectural applications. Accepts panels in ¼-inch or ½-inch thickness. Lama System Modernus This partition system offers swing, sliding, and pocket door options, and can be configured for single- or double-glazed designs. Genius Moveable Wall KI Providing outstanding acoustic protection at 44-48 STC, these walls are available in solid, glass, and stick-built panels. The non-progressive design means changing a single frame doesn’t require dismantling an entire wall. Pattern+  3form Using an online design tool, patterns and colors can be etched or printed in varying scales and densities, lending both uniformity and diversity to the glass or resin panels. Stripe Rimadesio Horizontal aluminum crosspieces on both sides of these sliding doors sandwich one of 50 glass types available. Designed by Guiseppe Bavuso. Raydoor Raydoor Soft-close barn doors have a gasket edging where the panels meet in this corner installation, ensuring privacy. No floor track eases maintenance. Aria Inscape Merging transparency and minimalist lines, this movable wall system brings elegance to the interior.
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Product> Furnishings from New York City’s ICFF Expo

At ICFF 2014, mature design reclaimed the stage. With other exhibit opportunities for up-and-coming designers—WantedDesign and Sight Unseen Offsite, along with the Industry City venue in Brooklyn—established manufacturers set the tenor of the show this year. Further cementing the show's place near the top of the trade show hierarchy, many of the exhibitors that displayed their wares at Salone del Mobile in Milan a few short weeks ago were also present in New York. Here are six products that stood out to AN among the rows of exhibitors. Blu Dot Swish Desk A split-level sliding top and drawer stretch the storage capacity of this neo-modern, white-ash desk. Legs in white or grey. Marset Ginger Topped by a shallow, cup-like shade of oak or wenge veneer, the fixture uses a LED light source; also available in floor and table models. Designed by Joan Gaspar. Foscarini Spokes Concealed at the top and bottom of the fixture, LED lamps cast light upwards and downwards, casting shadows from the metal, cage-like shade. Designed by Vicente Garcia Jimenez and Cinzia Cumini. Bensen Tokyo Chair With aesthetic lineage extending to Danish and Japanese design, the slightly torqued armrests of this solid wood chair are key to its contemporary presence. In black ash, walnut, white ash, and white oak, with a leather seat. Designed by Niels Bendtsen. Fritz Hansen Analog Table Merging square, circle, and oval into an inviting, unique form, the legs of this table are angled to allow more comfortable seating. In five colors and finishes, it is suitable for home or office use. Designed by Jaime Hayon. Rimadesio Self Up Classic dressers, nightstands, and sideboards are revitalized in lacquered glass and aluminum frames and feet. Available in 62 colors. Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso.