Wether at the office or the airport we sometimes just want to shut off from the world around us and be alone. Privacy designs created specifically for that purpose can give you just the feeling you need. Privacy-enhancing designs come in different shapes and forms. They can be shaped and function as chairs and often they are or they can come as computer screens and shields. Let’s take a look at some amusing and useful designs.
Privacy-Increasing Designer Products
Hush Pod is an amazing cozy chair/tent that can be used as a day sleep bed. Shaped as a flower bud this warm inviting pod can open up as well as enclose the user inside as in a tent. This is a great escape way in shared apartment or an office.
Cega and Scene XXL chairs from Boss Design and Gijs Papavoine respectively share a one common feature – high rounded back – that increses privacy for those who sit in them. Pod chair by Benjamin Hubert is also increasing privacy with the help of oversized back but also lowered seat which together makes for almost an enclosed space.
Another solution for shared rooms and apartments is a Privacy Pod which is a bed equipped with a tent that encloses the user while they are sleeping protecting from disturbances such as light.
SleepBox is a perfect creation for the airports. Designed in wood this mini cabin is eqipped with bunk beds, small storage, and a mini desk hovering over the bed for using a laptop. This is a great small-spaced lounge area for those who want to rest between flights especially if they are waiting long hours.
Confession is a curious design for offices especially the ones where the layout is open and privacy level is low. Designed by Nick Ross this for this covered table is meant for holding coversations or simply reading.
Office can be a tough environment to find privacy in so the Duplex Workspace Desk by designer Sophie Kirkpatrick can become quite a solution. The rounded wooden desk is equipped with a retractable hood and a couple of shelves.
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