Beautiful Folding screen in teak by Charles and Ray Eames,
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1946 and produced by Herman Miller in the 1970’s. A FSW6 six panel folding screen in Teak, connected by a woven orange canvas mesh. The screen can be used as a room divider or a sculptural item. It is easily adjustable and folds away. A very rare and beautiful item. The Folding Screen was created by Charles and Ray Eames in the course of their experiments with moulded plywood. The screen is not only a practical room divider but also a striking sculptural object. Six moulded plywood sections are joined together with woven textile hinges to form a wave-like screen that can be set up in a variety of positions. The screen can be folded together for storage purposes.