A retrofit solution, the Palisades Vista desktop screens by Spacestor combine transparent panels with black metal framing for a look similar to steel-framed windows. The removable dividers can be repurposed as a freestanding or mobile partition system; accessories include screen extensions, tinted acrylic and acoustic panels, whiteboards and small lockers.
Consisting of triangular steel bases and upholstered boards in two sizes, Stua’s unit sits directly on a workstation without the need for drilling holes; the base shape gives the panels the appearance of being connected, whether form- ing straight lines or right angles. Five neutral tones of easy-to-clean eco- leather are available to make Screen universally applicable.
Like the Playplax children’s toy that inspired it, the Clikclax kit of acrylic screens allows users to build — and rebuild — configurations that meet their day-to-day needs. The brainchild of Australian architect and designer Zahava Elenberg, a full kit comprises 16 pieces (10 interlocking sheets and shelves in different sizes and shapes, plus six base modules) and
is offered in a range of hues from neon to clear.
Developed as a way to create visual separation in open offices without interrupting sightlines, Sarto by Steelcase can be affixed to existing spines, benches and desks. Offered in straight panels or with radius corners, they connect via internal brackets with no visible clamps to provide privacy on one or more sides. Multiple polyester upholstery fabrics are available to double as tackable surfaces.
From eco-leather to acrylic, these striking partitions keep offices and employees safe.