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Twenty Six Letters release new blind system

Melbourne design agency Twenty Six Letters was founded by Marianne Sourial and Meriam Salama, an architect. The agency recently released DecoGlide, a blind system made from laser-cut panels in a smooth gliding track.

Aiming to design a product that is simple to install, easy to maintain and stylish, Sourial and Salama have created these beautifully designed screens from plywood, acrylic and industrial felt. The screen system not only provides privacy and shade, but also enlivens its surroundings. The delicate patterns and stylized imagery filter the light and cast continuously changing shadows around the room.

DecoGlide is available in a wide variety of colours and patterns.

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