St├ęphane Malka's Workspace Barriers Offer Mobile Design for Agoratic

By: Misel Saban - Apr 5, 2016
References: agoratic & designboom
To bring an element of mobility to computer brand Agoratic's offices, design firm St├ęphane Malka put together a series of flexible office walls called 'MuMo' that can be rearranged accordingly to suit the space. The walls can be customized to suit different working environments and continuously reconfigured thanks to its moveable parts.

Unlike traditional walls that are fixed from the floor to the ceiling, the MuMo walls are suspended panels that float three millimetres off of the ground and are hinged to the ceiling as doors. The panels can then be moved along a rack fixed to the ceiling to provide enclosed spaces in a variety of different layouts. The MuMo walls create flexible workspaces within the company while the black and white monochromatic color sheme adds an illusionary element to the office.

Photo Credits: designboom, agoratic