Madagascar freeform on all sides available in multiple sizes.
The freeform approach works best on our leafy, foilage based designs.
To create Sanctum freeform screens, we start with our base designs. Then we work layer by layer to add detail and remove the constraints.
On single panel installations (we can cut up to 5200 x 1800mm as a single screen), we typically remove all the straight edge borders. This creates a softer, more natural look to the installation.
When installed on standoffs off the wall, the leaves throw wonderful shadowing, creating multiple layers of detail which shift all day every day as the light source changes.
On multiple panel installations, we apply the same energy to ensuring a flow of the design between the various screens. We will typically provide a freeform edge to the top (and sometimes the bottom) of the screens, with regular, straight borders then providing generous fixing points to the appropriate framing. This works brilliantly on gates and framed, multi-panel installations.
If you require large spans without any visible straight borders, we have the resources to blend the freeform edges into one another. This painstakingly detailed process takes time and signficant design skills, but the visual results are stunning, allowing virtually unlimited lengths to appear as a single panel.