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Hollow Core Ninety Degrees<br /><br /> Submitted by: RSVP Architecture<br /><br /> Designer's Description: <br /><br />A standard hollow-core door (in this case purchased at Home Depot) is sliced into 1-3/4" strips which are rotated 90 degrees then glued.

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on July 16, 2010
Hollow Core Ninety Degrees&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
Submitted by: RSVP Architecture&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
Designer&#039;s Description: &lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;A standard hollow-core door (in this case purchased at Home Depot) is sliced into 1-3/4&quot; strips which are rotated 90 degrees then glued.
Hollow Core Ninety Degrees Submitted by: RSVP Architecture Designer's Description: A standard hollow-core door (in this case purchased at Home Depot) is sliced into 1-3/4" strips which are rotated 90 degrees then glued. For a simple screen, the project is complete. In an application requiring greater acoustic separation, glass or Plexiglas is laminated to the front and back surface and the assembly edged with aluminum.Through the use of standard hollow-core doors, our design seeks to transform an under-appreciated product into something of subtlety and beauty.

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