from BuzziSpace

Acoustical performance and privacy with a twist After the introduction in 2011 BuzziBlinds Classic became an instant hit as partitions for open-plan spaces. Five year later it’s time to add some zest to the family. BuzziBlinds are inspired on modernist architecture. The rhythm and tonalities created by the orientation of the V-cut BuzziBlinds add a dynamic of depth to any space. Learn More: BuzziBlinds Classic These rotating acoustical blinds take their inspiration from modernist architecture—more specifically from the exterior sunshades that can be found on modernist buildings designed by Oscar Niemeyer. The free-standing room divider is made up of a series of five rotating acoustic blinds. With a simple twist, the blinds can be opened or closed to varying degrees to create privacy or open-up a space. This gives individuals the opportunity to determine the level of privacy they may want or need at any given moment to concentrate on a specific task.
Designed by Alain Gilles