System screens and accessories

Designed by Marc Krusin, 2009

Desk mounted screens in pinnable fabric, laminate, clear and satin acrylic. Each screen features a top rail to accept a variety of accessory boxes.

System screen accessories



Scope Screens: Extruded aluminium framework; fabric wrapped board. Plastic.

Universal Screens by Marc Krusin: solid core laminate, acrylic, fabric.


Scope Screens: 4 Scope fabric groups; Customers own material plus white translucent plastic.

Universal Screens by Marc Krusin: Solid core laminate in white, light grey and carbon. Acrylic in clear, light grey and satin. 4 fabric groups and customer own material.


Scope Screens: A strong and reliable range of boundary screens designed with an aesthetic link to other Scope products. Multiple accessory slat and fabric group options combined with floor standing, modesty and desk-up applications. Well engineered linking components allow connection to any desk layout.

Universal Screens by Marc Krusin: desk-up applications designed to complement all Knoll systems ranges. They present a clean and slim aesthetic with minimum depth. They can support all knoll systems accessories.




Scope Screens: 3cm deep. 60, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160 & 180cm wide. 102, 120 & 132cm high.

Universal Screens by Marc Krusin: solid core laminate and acrylic versions are 1.2cm deep; Fabric version is 2cm deep. All versions are 140, 160, 180cm wide and 102cm high.


Designer image

Marc Krusin was born in London in 1973. He graduated in the UK and after placements with Fred Scott and George Sowden, he began his career in Milan collaborating as a designer with various studios. These include Piero Lissoni’s office, where he is presently design manager and runs projects for clients of international reputation such as Alessi, Kartell, Flos, Thonet, Wella, Fritz Hansen and Knoll. In 1998 he co-founded the Milan based group Codice 31 with five other designers from diverse backgrounds. The group’s first appearance was at the 1998 Milan furniture fair’s “Salone Satellite” exhibition for young designers and in successive years it enjoyed continual expansion and gained an increasing importance in the design world, collaborating with some of the sector’s most prestigious companies. Since 2004 he has collaborated with Omnidecor and in 2006 a series of Marc’s decorations for float glass were commercialised marking the beginning of a close working relationship which led to an entire new product image and presentation concept designed by Marc for the company. Marc has continued to design furniture, products, exhibitions and spaces for well-known companies in the design industry.