The Nazka screen is originally designed for the Peruvian Restaurant of the same name in Amsterdam. in a collaboration with Studio Michiel Wijnen. The dynamic rectangular grid of alternating diagonal panes is freely inspired by pre-Colombian patterns. It functions as a space divider between the kitchen and the restaurant area to filter light and sound while maintaining casual glimpses from different points of view.
The screen is a 3D printed structure made of biobased material, 100% VOC-free, 100% Red List free, 100% circular and available in any colour. Developed with and produced by Aectual. It is now part of their collection and was recently chosen by Patricia Urquiola as part of the Kettal pavilion at the Salone del Mobile 2022 in Milan.