As prescribed by Paulina Constancia

Partitions & Dividers 1: Glassy Moods

Living in Singapore is synonymous to walking through malls. Whether you are shopping or not, you are bound to be cruising through a mall a great part of your time living in this country. It can’t be helped because malls are everywhere and a lot of what you have to do here, you have to do inside a mall–food court, barber shop, even for children’s tutorials and medical check-ups.
As I cruise through these malls, I see very curious ways of dividing and utilizing spaces. So this week I wish to share some of these ideas on partitions and dividers. I have also consulted the internet for current innovations in the world of room dividers.
Glass Partition with Pattern (may be stickers) 
A certain restaurant
Ngee Ann City Mall, Singapore
Photo by P. Constancia
Glass Partition serving as Feature Color/Design Wall Too!
Honzen Cafe, A Vegetarian Restaurant
Bugis Area, Singapore
Photo by P.Constancia

Got glass partitions already 
but want a new look for your place?

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3M Fasara Decorative Window Films
3M Fasara Decorative Window Films

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