The design philosophy behind Rezon is to merge Scandinavian tradition with modern need for change. Simplicity and individuality are keywords for any of Kinnarps’ products. The simple framework of aluminium panels allows people to create their own Rezon using the panel of their choice. Dimensions: Width of freestanding screen: 800, 1000 and 1200 mm. Height […]
November 21st, 2008
The design philosophy behind Rezon is to merge Scandinavian tradition with modern need for change. Simplicity and individuality are keywords for any of Kinnarps’ products. The simple framework of aluminium panels allows people to create their own Rezon using the panel of their choice.
Dimensions: Width of freestanding screen: 800, 1000 and 1200 mm. Height of freestanding screen: 1 module (346 mm), 2 modules (689 mm) 3 modules (1090 mm), 4 modules (1433) and 5 modules (1776)
Delivery Time: 12 weeks
Variations: Freestanding screens, desktop screens with functional panel, which can be used with a range of accessories.
Finish: Fabric (screen wall), Lamine™ in Beech and Birch, white wood, orange and smoked transparent acrylic. Various colours available.
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