Andinas Room Divider
Concealing and revealing at once, the Andinas room divider is a spectacular accent piece designed by Mae Engelgeer. The Dutch designer translated the varied landscapes of the large Huila region into a hand-woven pattern combining colored recycled PVC strings and natural fique fibers held by an asymmetric metal frame. Its color compositions are inspired by the snow-capped mountain peaks of the Andes, sandy deserts, the springs of the majestic Rio Grande Magdalena, and the green Caribbean coast. The divider is available in two sizes and comes in two color combinations. There’s also an additional decorative extension available that can be attached to the screen.
Two new variations come in fascinating color ways inspired by two very different types of environments the Southern American country has to offer. Combining deep blues and earthy beiges and browns, the first version is an ode to the Eastern Andes with its snow capped mountain peaks, high valleys, open deserts and the Magdalena river cutting through the open land.
Defined by a multitude of green hues, the second new Andinas divider captures the spirit of the Paramo, the high-altitude ecosystems between the timberline and snow line. There, heavy clouds breeze over a flora signified by high grasses, bushes, herms and ferns.
W 43.3" x H 51.2"
W 59.1" x H 70.9"
PVC strings and natural fibers
Colors: signal blue/ gray/ beige
pink sand/ grey/ cognac brown
Colors: pastel violet /sky blue / bordeaux / natural brown
pastel green, cream beige / slate / tallow / natural brown