Swing Space Divider

Published on

September 15, 2019

Swing is a screen room divider for Mogg by Alessandro Di Prisco that was showcased at this seasons Salone Del Mobile. 

It’s composed of two circular parts tangential to each other, a circle made of expanded metal panels painted with gold or black finish attached to a cylindrical stone base. Its unique shape allows the divider to be rotated on a ninety degree rotation to cover, separate or divide the surrounding space.

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