Space dividing solution

The workspace space in the Product design studio of the National Institute of Design needed a recreational corner and we decided to contribute one furniture each.

Since the space would change between a public recreational space to a private resting or rewinding space from time to time, the concern of space dividing was considered.

Materials

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MDF Boards

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Square sectional metal rods

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Nuts and bolts

Processes

Several processes such as measuring, marking, cutting, welding, sanding, painting, etc were used.

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Features

Unobtrusive when the same activity is happening on both sides

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Shut the panel for privacy

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Permanent racks are still accessible from the other side

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Private yet permeable enough for conversations

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Furniture in context and use

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