Kriskadecor’s Feel Free System Allows Chain Structures To Stand on Their Own

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06.22.23 | By
Kriskadecor’s Feel Free System Allows Chain Structures To Stand on Their Own

We’ve shared with you the creativity that Kriskadecor can bring to design with its chain link structures before, but the brand’s latest innovation takes its capabilities further by eliminating structural needs – like walls and ceilings – altogether. Feel Free is a self-standing system designed by estudi{H}ac – JMFerrero that allows for chain structures to be installed nearly anywhere, allowing for their use in most projects and locations. It’s an ideal solution for carving out flexible spaces, thanks to customizable height, shape, and color. The addition of the minimal, one-piece system opens up a world of possibilities for chain compositions that match a creative vision. The customer chooses the color, and Kriskadecor makes it a reality, even reproducing logos and images in high definition with different finishes and colors.

white freestanding chain space divider with a man wearing black about to walk up stairs next to it

With the Feel Free system, it’s possible to create airy, luminous multidisciplinary areas through light partitions that provide a sense of spaciousness. It’s an invitation to design new interior and exterior spaces – coworking areas, waiting rooms, terraces, gardens, and more – without the hard definition of walls or fences. Simple to install and easy to move, Feel Free evolves according to the project’s needs.

The core of Feel Free is an extendable vertical axis, featuring a base that has minimal visual impact while providing needed stability to the structure. It’s a subtle technical element that supports the new Quad rail, which can be arranged in straight or curved lines. An interchangeable top cap, designed to join the Quad rails together, allows for the creation of an entire system of unique spatial forms and modular compositions.

freestanding chain space divider surrounding an area enclosing a grey sofa and small coffee table

As for sustainability, the Feel Free system comprises a base and a steel mast that can be easily separated for recycling. Both the Quad and the chains are made of aluminum, a material that can be infinitely recycled without losing its original quality. In addition, Kriskadecor’s links include 20% recycled material, which contributes to reducing the brand’s carbon footprint.

black freestanding chain space divider surrounding a deck upon which sits an orange outdoor chair and side table

Kriskadecor offers a wide range of chain link structure applications overall: from monochrome surfaces to designs that include the reproduction of logos, images, and patterns. With each link acting as a pixel, and a wide palette of anodized colors in brilliant and satin finishes, the sky is the limit!

Meanwhile, the brand new Luxe Color Edition was created with the aim of allowing for complete customization. Its epoxy coating makes it possible to use all colors of the RAL and Pantone charts on the chains, while the quality of the process used provides a soft touch and durability, guaranteeing a unique finish.

Learn more about the Feel Free system and Kriskadecor’s capabilities at

black freestanding chain space divider in the middle of an open office space

Kelly Beall is Director of Branded Content at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based writer and designer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, from Fashion Plates to MoMA and far beyond. When not searching out the visual arts, she's likely sharing her favorite finds with others. Kelly can also be found tracking down new music, teaching herself to play the ukulele, or on the couch with her three pets – Bebe, Rainey, and Remy. Find her @designcrush on social.