Design Tips for Privacy: Helpful Products Part One

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October 9, 2013
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.
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  Pillowby Joel Karlsson and Krook&Tjäderfor Karl Andersson & Söner$255 eachAcoustic wall tiles, made of recycled fabric and PET bottles and covered in wool, are available in eight different colors, with or without a button.

    Pillow

    by Joel Karlsson and Krook&Tjäder

    for Karl Andersson & Söner

    $255 each

    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.

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  Asterisk rugby Jennifer Morlafor The Workshop Residence$300–$600Designer Jennifer Morla applied abstracted typefaces to cut and layered industrial felt for these made-to-order rugs that soak up sound.

    Asterisk rug

    by Jennifer Morla

    for The Workshop Residence

    $300–$600

    Designer Jennifer Morla applied abstracted typefaces to cut and layered industrial felt for these made-to-order rugs that soak up sound.

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  Foldby Nendo for Conde House$7,500Oki Sato’s geometric white oak screen sports interlocking sections to improve visual privacy from any angle.

    Fold

    by Nendo for Conde House

    $7,500

    Oki Sato’s geometric white oak screen sports interlocking sections to improve visual privacy from any angle.

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  Ruotami umbrella standby Ilaria Petreni for Made It$2,360One way to avoid peeping colleagues: Open this wall-mounted mirror and your neighbor will see his or her own face, not your workspace.

    Ruotami umbrella stand

    by Ilaria Petreni for Made It

    $2,360

    One way to avoid peeping colleagues: Open this wall-mounted mirror and your neighbor will see his or her own face, not your workspace.

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  Reflex Embraceby Toine van den Heuvel for M2Lfrom $8,980As offices become more flexible and workstations more mobile, furniture systems are less task- and more comfort-oriented (plus noise-muffling).

    Reflex Embrace

    by Toine van den Heuvel for M2L

    from $8,980

    As offices become more flexible and workstations more mobile, furniture systems are less task- and more comfort-oriented (plus noise-muffling).

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