Koi is a plastic divider concept that is designed after the view from the West Lake in Hangzhou, China. When you stand at the edge of this lake and throw some fish food into the lake, red koi fishes will start swimming to you. This marks a very beautiful and vivid scene. Koi fishes embody auspicious messages in Chinese culture, dispelling evil and bringing best wishes. With the same intention, Koi plastic dividers bring about combined feeling of lightness and realism.
In order to reduce the weight, plastic is employed as a material. There are eight supporting holes in each fish divider, which allows it fish to be connected to more fishes. The individual fish dividers are available in two colours (red and white) and they can be combined as desired to suit different spaces and situations. Koi divider is multifunctional – they can be put up as a screen for the room or hung on the wall like a decoration. They can be installed in a home, a room, a cafe, a public space or anywhere it is desired.
Koi is a plastic divider concept that is inspired by the view from the West Lake in Hangzhou, China. Many Koi fishes can be used to create a divider or decoration for any space.
Hangzhou Collectivo Industrial Design Co., Ltd., China
Team Lead: Chai Xiao Dong
Design: Yang Yi Ning, Wang Bing Wen, Liu Wen Qun