Yonder SF, a San Francisco-based retail store and ceramic studio, recently commissioned Good Wood to fabricate simple modern screens to divide up their storefront space. The screens, made from a combination of birch and polycarbonate, provide a sleek and modern look while also serving a functional purpose.

The screens were designed to create separation between the storefront and the studio space in the back, allowing for a more focused and private workspace. The screens also provide a way to showcase products in the storefront without overwhelming the space.

Good Wood used a combination of traditional woodworking techniques and modern technology to create the screens. They used a CNC machine to precisely cut the screens to the correct size and shape, and then hand-sanded and finished each piece to achieve a smooth and polished look.

The end result is a beautiful and functional addition to Yonder SF's space. The screens provide the perfect balance between separation and openness, creating distinct spaces while still allowing for a cohesive look and feel throughout the store.

If you're in the San Francisco area, be sure to stop by Yonder SF to see Linda’s amazing work and unique selection of products.