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Behind that beautiful wooden screen hide ugly utility boxes! Learn to build this and install it (removable) on your home's exterior.
México 1950s Fantastic and unique wooden screen from the best of Mexican Modernism era. Made for a house in Pedregal, Mexico City during the 1950s, this screen consists of three separate pieces that go intertwined. The resulting geometric figures are impressive. Very rare, since most of the houses of Pedregal of the time have been either demolished or remodelled, loosing all the original furnishings. And very representative of that specific time and style in Mexico
Kumiko (art technique of assembling small wooden pieces without nails) by Shinichi Sugawara from Iwate, Japan. (wasaku.org)
Due to restrictions, we were not able to add a privacy fence. Our solution was some free standing panels that screen the view and add interest to the back and side yard.