MIO Art Nomad

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MIO Art Nomad

(24 Module Pack) Made in the USA

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Art Edition Nomad is a cardboard modular architectural system that can be assembled into freestanding, temporary partitions without hardware or tools. Each box of Nomad builds a 14 square foot section of wall, custom printed with you choice of artwork. Create a beautiful room divider in four easy steps:

1. Determine box quantity. Use our handy equation. Dust off your calculator and enter in feet (Wall Height) X (Wall Width) ÷ 14 = (Boxes Needed). Enter the quantity needed above.
2. Select artwork. Choose the artist and the piece you like from the drop down menus above. View all Artist Editions in our image gallery to the left or get a better look at each piece in our Artist Catalog. If you prefer to use your own photos or vector art visit our Custom Nomad Page.
3. Printing instructions. Describe exactly what you want in the Notes section. Include wall dimensions and any other specifications you desire.
4. Proof and delivery. When you place the order, you will receive a printing proof by email. Once you reply with approval, your order will be processed and delivered within 2-3 weeks.

For faster service or questions about your order, call us toll free at: 1.888.563.3916


Art Edition Nomad is made to order. No returns are accepted once the order is confirmed. All orders will be confirmed via email or by phone.

Jaime Salm and Roger C. Allen

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The Nomad System can be recycled again to make new paper products of similar quality, avoiding once again the landfill. Existing recycling infrastructures for collecting and re-using cardboard are fairly common which makes it easy for our customers to close the recycling loop, save trees, save energy, and have an impact.


This product is made from wood fibers, so the raw material is a renewable resource. Because the forests from which the paper is made are responsibly harvested and managed, they are replenished with minimal impact on the environment.

Recycled Content

The fiber content of the Nomad System is collected from manufacturers of paper products (pre-consumer waste) and paper collected from homes and offices through recycling programs (post-consumer waste). The product’s recycled content diverts waste from landfills and reduces the ecological footprint required to make the kraft paper used in the Nomad System's double-wall corrugated structure.


Reconfigurable modules provide a low impact alternative for temporary walls and transient lifestyles.


Made in the United States. Manufacturing locations were selected for their proximity to our studio as well as for their practices and labor conditions.


In the closed configuration, one pack creates a 3 ft x 4.5 ft (1 x 1.4 m) section.

In the open configuration, one pack creates a 4.5 ft x 4.5 ft (1.4 x 1.4 m) section.

Wall depth: 16 in / 40 cm Maximum recommended wall height: 12 ft

Module Length: 21 in / 53 cm
Module Width: 14 in / 35.5 cm

Module Thickness: 0.1875 in / 0.5 cm


Formaldehyde-free particleboard made from independently certified 100 percent pre-consumer recycled wood fibers. Doors and panels made from laser-cut, powder-coated steel.

Dust regularly, avoid using any liquids or water to clean Nomad. Some stains or marks can be removed with a soft eraser. Avoid contact with the mop by moving modules away when cleaning.

Product Instructions
Corner Instructions
Doorway Instructions
Openings Instructions

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Nomadic lifestyles and the desire for flexible spaces inspired the creation of the Nomad System. Designed to adapt to any environment and a range of applications, the Nomad System translates the tools of architecture into simple modules that anyone can use.