The architect that designed The Shard, Renzo Piano, did so with a view to building a ‘city in the Sky’ and he’s certainly achieved such a triumph. The View from The Shard however focuses on the city seen from the sky and whether rain or shine, London is magnificent from all angles. The View From The Shard is an exclusive viewing experience and being 800 feet above London, it is certainly the greatest height that Living Spaces Screens have travelled to.
The beauty of the screens is that they are not simply social distancing screens. They also act as room dividers, wind breakers, marketing tools and most importantly they add a welcome aesthetic to any space. Designed by our Creative Director and Central Saint Martins alumni, Susie Reid Thomas, these screens are artisan in nature and their displays of flora and fauna are uniquely handcrafted to the highest specification, and it shows. Living Spaces Screens are as luxurious as they are functional.
The View from The Shard opted for the Fern and Eucalyptus design, which works well tonally with the overall aesthetic of the space. The concept was to divide the seating area whilst not restricting the view, provide a windbreak and of course, create a barrier for social distancing purposes. The 16 screens create walls within the space and the overall effect totally fulfills the brief. It accentuates the design aspects whilst allowing the star of the show to do the talking….