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September 27, 2010

Knit screen


Designed by Mexico City-based Emiliano Godoy, "the pieces are joined in such a way that they can freely rotate to create different profiles. Its name comes from an Illini legend telling the story of the Piasa bird, which 'was as large as a calf with horns like a deer, red eyes, the body covered with green, red and black scales and a tail so long it passed around the body, over the head and between the legs.' This scaled room divider can be manufactured in any length, honoring the beast's incredibly long tail."

Beechwood and cotton rope.


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