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Giraffe, a portable spatial divider

Giraffe, a portable spatial divider
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17 Jan 2011
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Kawamura-Ganjavian presents 'Giraffe' a portable spatial divider.

Contemporary
office spaces are based on the flexible open plan principle. However,
this lay out jeopardizes individual space and dilutes group dynamics. It
creates a visual enclosure for those who are sitting behind it but does
not interfere in the general openness of a room.

It is also a pin board and a hub for wired connections.

photos Alfonso Herranz

Kawamura-Ganjavian is a young architecture and design studio established in 2000 by Key Portilla-Kawamura and Ali Ganjavian. After meeting in London, where both were studying, they have worked in several countries: India, USA, Japan, Great Britain and Switzerland. In 2006 they set up their present base in Madrid.

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