Interplay of light and shade: Entrada by Carnegie

Carnegie has launched Entrada, which can be installed in the middle of a room as a partition panel or hang at the window as a drapery.

The structure has acoustical capabilities and maintains privacy at the same time. As such, the product is complimentary to an array of contract settings, especially in communal spaces. The textile is first cut by laser then sewn into a three-dimensional structure to create an interplay of light and shade.

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