Forest by Zoe Ouvrier
* DIVIDE*ACCENTUATE* CONCEAL* PROTECT - but do it in style.
Just as a mask conceals the identity of its wearer while revealing something important about him at the same time, his true preferences, inner nature, or real aspirations, so a screen may accomplish all this for your home.
Here are some contemporary stars.
Esse by Vittorio Livi for Fiam
My interest in screens is just as keen as when I wrote to you about them the first times pondering their use in our homes in Screenery and Screen Story .
embroidered by Lesage especially for the magazine's numéro spécial "Paris"
Traditional work today
by Sylvie du Paty de Clam of Versailles
Mats Thésélius for Kallemo Sweden acid-patinated aluminum
The screen as persona. I've often noticed that some of the most timid people dare the most outlandish styles of dress and some of the most self assured keep to the purest forms... well enough of that. This is far from being a rule and so I don't want to draw any conclusions. But surely we can interpret personality from interiors settings. I think a screen is a little like a sun sign - so important - but not to be interpreted alone !!