Morgan of The Brick House created these awesome rope walls for a client who needed a way to delineate office space in a large, open warehouse workspace.
Since cost is always an issue (and this space is a rental), it wasn’t prudent to dump a bunch of cash into building traditional solid walls that would split up the space and make it feel smaller and darker. My solution was to build these vertical jute rope division walls that allowed for defined “zones” but still retained light and visibility throughout the entire space. A plus when using this type of jute rope is the added benefit of bringing in a chunky / graphic / warm texture to an otherwise cold and hard industrial room.
Brilliant! See how they came together over on The Brick House.
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