Mistral for a game of hide and seek!
To divide and create new spaces indoors and outdoors, the architectural and easily portable Mistral screen on base in aluminium is perfect for creating smaller, more intimate spaces in the office, in the home or in the garden.
Mistral structures spaces without completely obscuring the view or the free circulation of air. Produced in embossed, expanded aluminium mesh, its design plays hide and seek with shadow and light, emphasised at dusk by tiny LEDs (optional) to create an intimate and welcoming atmosphere.
Aluminium: can be used outdoor.
A LED kit can be added on the base, as an option. If so, a remote is provided, to have the colour of the LED vary. The kit is usable outdoor. It is a 72cm long LED stripe, sticky, to be fixed on the base of the Claustra.
Transformer for European plus. LED stripe IP67 norm, IP44 plug connectors.
Maintenance/Cleaning: Use markless window cleaner with a microfiber cloth.
- Do not clean with high pressure devices;
- Do not use solvents;
- Avoid leaving stagnating water on the furniture as it may cause rust stains;
- Sea sprays being very aggressive on steel, it is not guaranteed that your product won't rust if it is used in a sea/ocean environment (even though an anti-corrosion is used, but for regular use conditions);
- Use aluminium if you live by the sea/ocean to avoid corrosion.
Luc Jozancy was born in auvergne in 1960. Having spent his childhood in this unspoiled country setting, he then undertook a series of courses with creativity as their common denominator: ESAG Penninghen, Beaux arts de Bourges and ENSAD Paris, where he obtained his diploma in industrial design in 1985 under the guidance of Roger Tallon.
Even as a student, he very soon came into contact with industry, with many of his prize-winning study projects catching the eye of businesses such as Lumen center, Le Printemps, Mulca and others, and subsequently being developed.
Having been spotted by a professor, he joined his agency Solus as industrial designer, working with companies from vastly different fields, among them Danone, Yves Saint Laurent, Nathan and Plastic Omnium.
It was during his time at this agency that he met eric Rhinn with whom he was to set up the Avant-Premiere design studio in Lyon in 1988.
The foundation for a user-focused design philosophy was laid, its guiding principles clarity and simplicity in the perception of the object.
Year after year, the avant Première studio forged special bonds with the major industrial players: Groupe Seb, Dynastar, Alstom and Boiron, to name but a few.
Today, Luc Jozancy, designer, associate director and Head of avant Première’s Product design department, sees research and development and design as the core values for innovation.
MG has been working with avant Première in the field of design since 2005..