Sao Cristovao screen by Lattoog

This gorgeous four-leaf articulated wooden screen is inspired by the window grilles found in the suburban houses of several Brazilian cities. These metal gradients were widespread during the 1960s and 1970s.  The name São Cristóvão comes from the homonymous Rio neighbourhood that is the location of Lattoog's atelier. Its architecture has a lot of influence in Lattoog's daily life and creations. The neighborhood of São Cristóvão has a very rich history: In the early nineteenth century D. João VI and the royal family were leaving there. Currently the Royal Palace is the headquarters of the National Museum.

Handmade in Brazil. Designed by Lattoog, realised by Schuster Moveis and Designs. Finishing options available. Samples upon request. Price includes local delivery within M25. International shipping available, please contact us for a quote. 

Lead times: 10 to 12 weeks 

Product dimensions: L:2570 D:40 H:1850 mm - 3 panels or L:3450 D:40 H:1850 mm - 4 panels

Box dimensions: L:1930 D:2030 H:920 mm (smaller size)

Net weight: 89.3 lb (smaller size)

Gross weight: 109.1 lb (smaller size)

Volume: 7.9 m3 (smaller size)

MATERIALS: MDF (panels), Solid Wood, Stainless Steel (structure & details)