This is a simple but effective screen-wall design I came up with during a grasshopper exercise for university. The brief was to come up with (or appropriate) a pattern we interact with in multiple ways. I created a variation of the Voronoi 'cell' pattern and scripted it to be able to adjust to walls of any size and dimension. Ideal for a feature privacy screen or ceiling.
The Grasshopper script takes the Voronoi pattern from a randomized point field input within a specified area. The number of points within the field determines the density of the pattern, whilst the Voronoi radius and wall dimensions are also adjustable. In the case of 'bad' or unsuitable iterations, the randomization can be iterated until a suitable pattern is found.
From there, the Voronoi polygons are offset from the cell-structure and used as control polygons for closed curves.
The pattern is then cut via CNC machine or Laser cutter and layered with increasing offset adjustments to the polygons, create a 3D layered 'bubble' structure.
The screen creates a private, yet sometimes immersive space within smaller, more intimate spaces.