Room divider

Jørgen Møller

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Adding Beauty to Division

As society has gradually urbanized, we’ve been forced to settle for smaller, often shared living spaces that call for practical solutions. And sure, the Room Divider is practical, but when practicality takes up as much space as a room divider inevitably does, beauty becomes essential to practicality.

The Room Divider is a beautiful solution to a practical problem, and an upgrade on any room it gets to divide. The wood panels have been beautifully crafted and manipulated to form a gliding wave pattern that makes dividing rooms a more joyful experience than history suggests it should be.

Jørgen Møller

Jørgen Møller (Denmark, 1930-2011) Architect and Industrial Designer He concluded his apprenticeship as builder with silver medal in 1953 and began his career as a designer in 1961 at Arne Jacobsen’s studio where he stayed until 1969, after that he worked on his own and collaborated with Professor Erik Herløw, a pioneer of Danish design and founder or the design faculty at Charlottenborg School of Architecture. At the same time he began his long and prolific partnership with Georg Jensen Silversmith, while also working on catalogues for many other companies. He has designed many everyday objects, all based on the idea that everything that we use has to have not only a functional shape, but also to be able to communicate beauty.

Room divider

Erik Jørgensen is good at his job. Really good, in fact. Being an architect, his main job is to attack demanding problems with unhinged beauty – a tough ask when you have to design something whose main purpose is to just… stand there. But Erik Jørgensen is good at his job. Really good. Which is why our Room Divider is now nothing short of a classic.

The many wood lapelles naturally form a beautiful wave pattern that, contrary to its many flat, no-nonsense alternatives, adds life to a room instead of taking it away. No matter what finish or material you pick, our Room Divider is an easy way to add both privacy and beauty to any now-multiple-rooms in your home.

The Room Divider comes in two different heights and is made in either oak or pine with a raw or oiled finish. There’s no bigger science to placing it – all you have to do is leave it to do its job.