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September 2019

#274
September 2019

Interior High Notes: Residential wonders in Atlanta, Whistler, Milan and more in Azure's September 2019 issue!

These versatile dividers, by HBF, GKD, Spinneybeck and 3Form, delineate space and conquer noise – some in one fell swoop.

1 Kinzie by HBF

The angled arrangement of Kinzie’s wooden slats creates a sense of seclusion while maintaining transparency. Hinges allow the screen to be opened up to 120 degrees or folded flat for storage. Four sizes are available, as are four metal frame options and two woods. hbf.com

2 Acoustic Mesh Panels by GKD

Lightweight metal mesh is an unconventional yet on-trend choice. These aluminum composite panels, pictured here at the Tour Europlaza in Paris, feature a sound-absorbing layer to mitigate noise; the reflective material helps redistribute light. gkdmetalfabrics.com

3 Divy by 3Form

A collection of vertical suspension panels, Divy provides noise reduction and divides space in open-plan layouts. Defined by six strong geometric grid patterns, the tackable PET felt modules are framed in birch plywood and are hung from a cable system in matte black or stainless steel. 3-form.com

4 Design 402 by Spinneybeck

Made of cast gypsum plaster, these modular architectural wall panels lend a sculptural quality to workspaces. Six tile shapes are combined into one fluid pattern, which is available in three scales. The primed white finish can be left as is or painted using standard commercial latex paint. spinneybeck.com

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