Shoji Screens are the earliest known form of moveable partition. They were traditionally made from wood and a crude form of paper. Over thousands of years, the principle construction of the Shoji Screen has changed little but with the availability of modern materials, it is now possible to produce high quality long lasting screens.
Shoji Screens are made using four types of timber; Tasmanian Oak, Western Red Cedar, Kaudamu and New Guinea Rosewood. Frame finishes can be clear lacquered, painted or stained. Infill panels are made of fiberglass or acrylic and are available in a variety of finishes. The infill panels are strong and durable.
Screens can be fixed, sliding, hinged or bifold. There are so many ways we can design the operating system of the Shoji Screens. Visit our showroom to see our display or call for a quotation over the phone.