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An architectural system aimed at providing offices with flexible acoustic control, the Kyoto screen by Note is available in three frame sizes, with two floor drop heights and three widths. Drawing inspiration from partitions used in traditional tearooms, the movable walls are clean-lined and free from unnecessary ornamentation.

Made from white- or black-stained ash and fabric-wrapped MDF, the pieces are held together by magnets for quick set up and tear down.  

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