Design Tips for Privacy: Helpful Products Part Two
Turning privacy into an easy DIY project, this lightweight, all-in-one curtain system includes hanging cord, wall fixings, pegs, and a selection of woven and synthetic textiles. kvadrat.dk
- 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.
- To further explore privacy in the modern world, we present three common problems—from noise to peeping neighbors—and a fleet of products to solve your woes.
A modular system made from recycled (and recyclable) double-walled cardboard in ten Pantone colors can be arranged into freestanding, temporary partitions without hardware or damage to existing structures. mioculture.com
- As the lines between our public and personal lives become increasingly blurry, designers are helping redefine privacy for the 21st century.
- A tiny 900-square-foot house on a steep hill in San Francisco offers a bevy of clever tips and tricks for small-space living.
Quinn’s bespoke sound-absorbing wall panels combine natural wool felt with three-dimensional patterning, which engenders greater surface area and flow resistance to reduce ambient noise levels. annekyyroquinn.com
- In Vienna, a dazzling penthouse by Delugan Meissl has boldly inserted itself between traditional rooftops of the city’s Wieden district like a recently landed alien intruder.