White sticks & brusted steel frame
A spaghetti Wall is a decorative room divider consisting of a row of flexible rods placed in a rectangular frame with two low profile feet. It creates a decorative and psychological barrier in areas where you need to divide but don't want to lose the sense of space. Visually it is light and airy but also solid and distinct. And structurally it is both playful and precise. All this at the same time. The 130 rods are made from fiberglass in white or anthracite grey. The frames are available in oak, ash, black stained, and brush steel. As standard the feet are powder coated in anthracite grey, but they are also available in brushed steel. Measurements: Length: 154 cm Height: 160 cm Width: 4,3 cm Delivery: KD 156 x 30 x 5 cm 16 kg
Founded in the 1920s by Harald Howe, HOWE a/s is one of the pioneers within the design and development of multifunctional and space-saving furniture – especially recognised for design icons such as the 40/4 chair and the Tempest flip-top table.