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Calcetín Partition Walls

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Calcetín Partition Walls

Calcetín is a dividing element with soft curved lines and a casual style. This versatile and multifunctional designer piece of furniture can be used to define different environments or to create intimate atmospheres where you can relax both indoors and outdoors, as it easily adapts to any type of space.

Its structure is made of aluminium with a base of zinc-plated iron that provides great stability. It is dressed in water-repellent fabric, which can also be easily removed, as if it were a sock. “When thinking about the design of an industrial object, I often think about other uses and habits of everyday life. In the case of this divider, one day while I was putting on my socks to work out, it occurred to me that this gesture could be the simplest way to sheathe an arch-shaped structure, generating a screen”, explains its creator Alejandra Gandía- Blasco.

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Calcetín is available in different fabrics with various colors and textures. Explore all the possibilities with the Diabla Outdoor color chart and create daring combinations to dress up this suggestive outdoor design. ut your most creative side to the test and design your own environments with style.

Calcetín’s lines are light and stylish, a soft but resistant design thanks to its quality finishes. It is a designer piece of furniture that has everything to fit perfectly into any space: outdoor resistance and style to decorate all types of interiors with a fresh and elegant touch.

You can combine the Calcetín divider with the Patoso pouf to give a colorful, fun, and surprising touch to your garden, interior space, or contract installation. Its eclectic and versatile design will allow you to experiment and imagine new uses to create atmospheres with personality.

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Calcetín Partition Walls

Calcetín is a dividing element with soft curved lines and a casual style. This versatile and multifunctional designer piece of furniture can be used to define different environments or to create intimate atmospheres where you can relax both indoors and outdoors, as it easily adapts to any type of space.

Its structure is made of aluminium with a base of zinc-plated iron that provides great stability. It is dressed in water-repellent fabric, which can also be easily removed, as if it were a sock. “When thinking about the design of an industrial object, I often think about other uses and habits of everyday life. In the case of this divider, one day while I was putting on my socks to work out, it occurred to me that this gesture could be the simplest way to sheathe an arch-shaped structure, generating a screen”, explains its creator Alejandra Gandía- Blasco.

Diabla tips:

Calcetín is available in different fabrics with various colors and textures. Explore all the possibilities with the Diabla Outdoor color chart and create daring combinations to dress up this suggestive outdoor design. ut your most creative side to the test and design your own environments with style.

Calcetín’s lines are light and stylish, a soft but resistant design thanks to its quality finishes. It is a designer piece of furniture that has everything to fit perfectly into any space: outdoor resistance and style to decorate all types of interiors with a fresh and elegant touch.

You can combine the Calcetín divider with the Patoso pouf to give a colorful, fun, and surprising touch to your garden, interior space, or contract installation. Its eclectic and versatile design will allow you to experiment and imagine new uses to create atmospheres with personality.

Measurements
27x162x159 cm / 11x64x63 inch
Materials
Powder-coated aluminum and powdercoated zinc-plated iron bases. Fabric is removable
fabric - Plain white
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Designer

Alejandra Gandia-Blasco

Alejandra Gandía-Blasco is the assistant director of GANDIA BLASCO GROUP’s Communication. She graduated in Fine Art and then completed her training in Design and Communication at Central Saint Martins in London. She is an interdisciplinary creative, her work is based from visual arts and collective memory applied to the design of everyday objects and communication.

“More than beautiful and well-done things, I am interested in ideas and experiences. The rest is taken for granted. It is a challenge to rethink the objects and the reality that surrounds us with sufficient critical capacity”.

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