As Charles and Ray Eames saw it, designers just want to have "serious fun." This 68-inch-high, undulating screen resulted from their play. It's a portable, foldable, enjoyable way to divide space, provide a backdrop, and add privacy. The screen was designed as a complement to other Eames moulded plywood creations. It's also a stand-alone piece distinctive in all kinds of settings.
Five-ply strength. The screen's maple inner plies are sandwiched between light ash, walnut, natural cherry, or ebony veneers to resist warping and separation. Six U-shaped sections. Each section is 10 inches long; the screen unfolds to 60 inches long and just 2 1/4 inches thick. Flexible connections. A durable, woven polypropylene mesh connects the six plywood sections so it's easy to adjust the footprint. Folds for storage. Easy to carry and tucks neatly away. By Herman Miller.