The Infinity Screen is a modular divider that adapts to just about any space it might go in. Designed by David Weeks, the customizable screen is made up of interlocking pieces of folded FSC certified paper that are suspended from a stainless steel bracket. You can add as many panels as you want to expand the screen, whether you want to cover an unsightly wall or create a room divider.
Back in 2009, Weeks was commissioned by Clodagh to design six hanging chandeliers made up of thousands of die-cut mylar panels, each hanging from a grid of folded wire elements. Each panel moved independently of the others due to how it was made, constantly creating movement up above. Working off of this idea, Weeks created the Infinity Screen where each repeating module serves as its own support system. The production and installation were both streamlined, making the screen even more appealing.
More than 350 square feet of screen were installed in Weeks’ new showroom during NYCxDesign creating a beautiful sculptural backdrop.
Want your own? You can buy them in increments of 54 pieces.