While acoustic control is a common requirement for open-concept work environments, expanses of blank wall for installing sound absorbers are not always available. That’s where David Rockwell’s Telly screen for Knoll comes in. The fabric-covered segments, which look a lot like vintage television screens, are linkable in straight or curved runs in two-, three- or four-panel heights. The freestanding units serve as both visual barrier and noise buffer.
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