In order to address the importance of sound, light, and nature of where people work, Alain Gilles designs a new solution called ‘’Buzzibracks’’, by creating flexible yet personal rooms as healthy and happy workspaces.
Alain Gilles’ design is a family of a modular unit that enables users to become their architect by playing with black standalone frames and curtains. With this solution, the designer wants to comprise a new architectural system that divides large workspaces. Its modular design and furniture can be fitted according to the user himself by using hooks and worktops.
As a response to the dynamism of today’s workspace, the ‘buzzibracks’ consists of a soft structure that can act not only as a visual separation but also as an acoustic divider. Thus, an area of focused individual or group works to one of relaxation away from the rest of the office. The modularity of the project helps the user to mix and match the units within any context.
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