Designed for evolving office environments, which require temporary zoning solutions, the Harp system can be used to carve out individual workspaces, lounge areas, or meeting zones.
"These 'hackable spaces' enable the occupier to make products and spaces their own, empowering the user to build a space which best suits their requirements," said Connection.
The Harp divider uses bungee cords pulled over steel frames to construct "walls", creating a strong aesthetic without obstructing light or visibility.
The dividers can be customised with accessories such as planter modules, shelves, whiteboards and AV units, which help to personalise the space while adding dampening sound.
Harp is available in a range of finishes, including a choice of eight bungee cord colours.
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