Japanese Shoji Rice Paper Screens
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Japanese style Shoji screens are the most organic way I have found to create a feeling of space and privacy.
Typically, I make them with a double-sided hardwood grid (1/4"x3/8") embedded in a wooden frame, but I have also made them as a single sided screen, with the rice paper side being exposed.
Maintaining Shoji screens is very simple and in Japan, it is customary to replace the rice paper every year or two, but we have easily replaced single blocks by just cutting the paper out and gluing a new piece in.
The natural light that the rice paper lets in is very warm and calming, and we were able to transform busy working places into calm Zen-like environments, which allows employees to think more clearly and greatly increase productivity.