Gradient Curve Screen by House of DUS for Aectual
Project selected among the 10 must-see exhibitions in the 5VIE design district, for our DWalking guide dedicated to Milan Design Week 2022.
The 3D printed Gradient Curve Screen designed by House of DUS for Aectual is made from plant-based plastic.
Its design is based on customizable cells that gradually open or close, creating a mesmerizing gradient effect, casting shadows, and allowing for privacy precisely to your own design.
Especially for the Masterly exhibition, the cells are positioned in a pattern inspired by the floral decor of the Palazzo Francesco Turati.
The new ‘rose pink’ color is also uniquely inspired by the interior of the Palazzo.
DUS was founded in 2004 by its three partners, Hans Vermeulen, Martine de Wit and Hedwig Heinsman, out of the desire to re-connect architecture with the public.
The experienced office worked on large-scale projects such as the re-design of 70.000 m2 piers and gates at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, large urban strategies, architecture and retail projects.
DUS has won several awards, including the prestigious Amsterdam Awards for the Arts 2011 (‘Amsterdamprijs voor de Kunst’) and SEA Global sustainability Award 2014, next to Barack Obama.
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