There's a fantastic denim shop in Oakland called Drift. And although we mainly go there for the clothes, we can't help but gawk at the cool and funky wall they have that separates the selling floor from the changing rooms.
The wall was designed by the store's owner, who coincidentally is a practicing architect.
We're assuming that the wall was lasercut. And that the original intention was to act as a sound absorber and also some shelving. However, we think its best feature is that, well, it looks really, really cool.