Aluminum Screen in the manner of Jean Prouve

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Description:
Three panel aluminum screen made of louvres from a cookie factory in Denver, Colorado. They were used as sun blockers. I purchased a couple of panels which were 15 feet high and had them cut in half. Three 7.5 foot panels make up this screen which can be opened in both directions as shown. The panels are from the 1940s enclosed in a new metal frame including rollers. Each panel is 90" wide and 18.5" deep. The legs are 38" deep. Weve been using this screen as part of our front window. At night fall we close it for privacy. Would look great in a loft.
Price:
$4,500
Materials:
Aluminum, steel
Dimensions (WxDxH):
93.5"w 38"d x 74"h
Condition:
Excellent with age appropriate patina
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