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chain-link partitions aid social distancing in shared interiors

  • Jan 8
    metal chain-link manufacturer Kriskadecor aims to help shared places
    like offices and hotels adjust to the "new normal" after coronavirus
    with space dividers made from aluminium links.To get more news about chain link curtain, you can visit boegger.net official website.



    Kriskadecor offers a wide range of metal mesh products made from
    anodised aluminium chain-links, including space dividers, wall
    coverings, ceilings, facades and lighting elements.This Salon in Madrid,
    designed by Daniel Venteo, features Kriskadecor's gold chain-link
    curtain

    Created for shared buildings like offices, restaurants, bars and hotels,
    each of the designs can be personalised to the space for which they are
    made using a variety of colours and prints.



    This is thanks to a specialised, patented machinery that is able to
    reproduce any picture, pattern or corporative design – in which every
    link acts as a pixel – onto the collection of chain-links.Kriskadecor's
    metal mesh partitions can be printed with any image or pattern, as seen
    in this office by Kaput Design

    As Kriskadecor explains, its space dividers are more relevant than ever
    in encouraging people to maintain a safe distance in keeping with social
    distancing guidelines due to the coronavirus pandemic.Due to their
    material, they are also easy to clean and disinfect.



    "Since safety distance is the only prevention measure that we have
    against the virus, the future of shared space design involves creating
    solutions that ensure that we are physically separated, but socially
    connected," said the company.Thanks to the translucency of the
    chain-links, Kriskadecor believes its metal partitions can offer
    businesses a way to "separate without dividing" by creating spacious and
    light sub-spaces that feel private without making the user feel "left
    out".



    "This is the case of the IPG Mediabrands offices in Amsterdam,"
    explained the brand. "This original design delimits a common area with a
    semi-transparent material that works as an impassable psychological
    barrier."



    "As a result, employees have a haven where they can relax and bond,"
    it continued. "The distinctive touch is given by the decorative
    perimeter frame that is placed when casting a chain and that functions
    as an access door."