Adding a touch of tranquility with a luxuriously warm and minimalistic aesthetic
Mia Cullin crafts Ro – a room divider with a painted aluminum structure featuring modules covered in wood or leather that rotate independently and effortlessly adapt to spaces.
Beautifully translating to tranquility, Sweden-based Mia Cullin brilliantly crafts the Ro room divider with a painted aluminum structure featuring modules covered in wood or leather that rotate independently and effortlessly adapt to spaces.
Comprising clean, straightforward as well as simplistic geometric shapes harmoniously infused with handcrafted intricate details – her alluring work ranges from interior design that is soothing to the eyes to eclectic pieces of furniture and objects in all kinds of sizes.
Expressing her roots in a Nordic design culture as well as aiming beyond with a deeply nourished interest in traditional craftsmanship and visually striking constructions – “We designers have to be responsible.
We ought to challenge every new product we make in a world that abounds with things – does it have character? Does it tell a story? Does it have the force to carve its own niche amongst existing objects?” says Cullin.
Embodying a luxuriously minimalistic aesthetic in soothingly warm muted hues – this innovative and conceptual Ro room divider is perfectly ideal for homes or spaces from hotels to restaurants or even offices.
Providing a variation of expressions by allowing the user to freely choose from a wide variety of wood or leather types – its construction with the rotatable panels gives one the possibility to have either a more open or closed divider.
Skillfully comprising an organic and Scandinavian feel – “the structure of the separé is further available with 3 standard dimensions” Cullin adds.
About Mia Cullin, the designer of Ro room divider
Mia Cullin attended Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts, and Design, where she also studied abroad at the Denmark Design School in Copenhagen and Accademia di Moda e Design in Florence. After graduating from Konstfack in 1998, she established her own design studio.
Her portfolio encompasses a diverse range of projects, including interior design, furniture design, and smaller artistic pieces. Mia Cullin’s creative process is deeply rooted in her passion for traditional craftsmanship and visually striking structures, which is evident in both her interior architecture work and design objects of various scales. Her signature style incorporates clean, minimalist geometric shapes, harmoniously blended with intricate handicraft elements.