njustudio presents a pleated pop-up screen that brings privacy to open spaces

njustudio presents a pleated pop-up screen that brings privacy to open spaces

german design firm njustudio introduces ‘friendly border’, a spatial element that defines spaces and changes atmospheres. the design is a sophisticated pop-up screen that can easily be added to a space or removed. this way, the designers aim to separate areas and filter out anything that distracts or disturbs the user’s view

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njustudio’s new design offers privacy in open plan offices, co-working spaces, universities, libraries or even at home. the light transparency and the friendly appearance of the pleated trevira fabric will get users in the mood for productive cooperation. friendly borders also offers support for the room with its convenient structure that can be quickly unfolded and stored in small spaces. 




the frame color can also be customized to match an existing space or color palette. njustudio’s products are designed, tested, produced and packed in coburg, germany. the short production ways and the personal contact with the craftsmen from the surrounding area saves time and resources, and brings top quality and aesthetic to ‘friendly border’





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product info:


design: njustudio

product name: friendly border



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