From sound absorbing acoustic wall tiles to geometric white oak screens, here is a set of five products to increase privacy at home and in the office.
by Joel Karlsson and Krook&Tjäder
for Karl Andersson & Söner
Acoustic wall tiles, made of recycled fabric and PET bottles and covered in wool, are available in eight different colors, with or without a button.
by Jennifer Morla
for The Workshop Residence
Designer Jennifer Morla applied abstracted typefaces to cut and layered industrial felt for these made-to-order rugs that soak up sound.
by Nendo for Conde House
Oki Sato’s geometric white oak screen sports interlocking sections to improve visual privacy from any angle.
Ruotami umbrella stand
by Ilaria Petreni for Made It
One way to avoid peeping colleagues: Open this wall-mounted mirror and your neighbor will see his or her own face, not your workspace.
by Toine van den Heuvel for M2L
As offices become more flexible and workstations more mobile, furniture systems are less task- and more comfort-oriented (plus noise-muffling).