Nomad: Modular Cardboard Partition

Made from recycled, double-wall cardboard, Nomad is a modular architectural system that can be assembled into free-standing, sculptural screens, temporary partitions, rooms or even displays without hardware, tools or damage to existing structures. Available in nine colors, Nomad can be arranged into open or closed configurations; creating private environments or light and airy dividers. The Nomad system can be configured to create entry-ways and corners, easily adjusting to any indoor space.
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Designed by Jaime Salm, Roger Allen and available at MIO for just U$56 for 24 modules, available in Olive Green, Grass Green, Forest Green, White, Slate Grey, Dark Grey, Ochre, Orange and Red.
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Their Philosophy behind the product looks at nomadic lifestyles and the desire for flexible space inspired the creation of Nomad. Designed to grow and adapt to any environment and a range of applications, Nomad Architectural System translates the tools of architecture into simple modules that anyone can use.
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2 Responses to “Nomad: Modular Cardboard Partition”

  1. merle Says:

    These Nomads ny MIO are great! I am using them in my trade show booth to display my eco-friendly bags— OlovesM Eco Bags. Easy to put together, and really cool looking

    merle
    http://www.olovesm.com

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