Adding Contemporary Design Elements With Laser Cut Screens

A modern kitchen and dining roomScreens are versatile architectural features that you can use in many ways. The very basic screen is a material that covers a portion of a room or a house while adding aesthetic properties. Usually, it is a beautiful piece of wood or metal with inlaid design, vents, or holes that can be used to separate spaces in a room.

Having screens can help a designer or an architect layer designs on top of another without getting crowded.

Laser Cut Design

The secret to modern screens is the pinpoint laser cut design. In Sydney, for example, laser cut screens have modern or minimalist designs and are used as extended eaves along stairs and windows, or as a separator and shelter from the wind and rain. The cut is accurate and helps create designs, which can be thin and fine in some places. This allows for delicate designs on metals, such as aluminium, or even on thin plywood without damaging the screen material.

Traditional methods can easily result in discernible mistakes and shaky cuts. With laser cutting methods, the curves are smooth and the parallel cuts are straight when compared to one another.

Redesigning the Screen

Some of the old types of screens are used to provide privacy in a dressing room, for instance. This allows a lady to change even with a company in the room. Sliding doors can also be used as screens, much like the way the Japanese use them. The screen doors are made of the same materials as the walls, such as paper on a wooden frame. Whilst these do not provide full privacy in the same manner as Westerners are used to, paper screens are as inviolate as any thick European wall.

From these inspirations, today’s screens feature modern designs and have more uses. Modern screen designs provide shelter against extreme weather conditions, as well as allow slivers of sunlight in along with decorative shadows.