The IBIS Luminary room divider is a collaboration between DNA Textiles Design, Sue Glasgow Design, ICI Perspex and the Glasgow Collection. This team, which wanted to produce an innovative piece of contemporary furniture, looked at the current trend towards open spaces which can be easily changed with the use of screens or mobile partitions. IBIS is made from three mirror polished aluminium frames. The fabric panels are stretched across the back and front of each section and fixed with customised screws that can be easily attached and removed. The ICI Prismex light source is then sandwiched between these panels.
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