alessandro di prisco uses brass and marble to design the 'swing' circular room divider
 

alessandro di prisco uses brass and marble to design the 'swing' circular room divider

conceived by alessandro di prisco for mogg, ‘swing’ is a room divider composed of two circular elements that function to elegantly separate living spaces. the naples-based designer has formed the project from two circular parts tangential to each other, a circle made of expanded metal panels painted with a gold or black finish is attached to a cylindrical stone base. the base, made from exquisite marble, has a hole, making it easier to grip and more user-friendly.

alessandro di prisco uses brass and marble to design the 'swing' circular room divider designboom

brass finish with carrara marble

all images courtesy of alessandro di prisco

 

 

the ‘swing’ room divider is available in three different colorways: carrara, marquina and concrete. with the variation in finishes, alessandro di prisco‘s design can fit into a number of interiors. the mesh allows a sense of subtle separation, while the slim brass lines give the project an overall elegant touch. what’s more, the shape affords the ninety degree rotation of the divider, allowing users to quickly cover, separate or divide the surrounding space in one effortless movement.

alessandro di prisco uses brass and marble to design the 'swing' circular room divider designboom
black finish with nero marquina marble

alessandro di prisco uses brass and marble to design the 'swing' circular room divider designboom
detail view, brass finish with concrete cylinder

alessandro di prisco uses brass and marble to design the 'swing' circular room divider designboom

‘swing’ boasts ninety degree rotation

alessandro di prisco uses brass and marble to design the 'swing' circular room divider designboom

the ‘swing’ room divider viewed in-situ

 

 

project info:

 

project name: ‘swing’

design: alessandro di prisco for mogg

 

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edited by: lynne myers | designboom

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