These Privatization Desk Domes Conceal Employee Computers and Faces

 - Feb 22, 2016
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These creative desk dividers called 'Tomoko' aim to increase productivity and decrease distraction within offices. The Tomoko was originally created as a piece of office furniture for those who work in open-concept offices.

It can be used in two different ways. The first option is to use the cocoon-like object as a computer cover. The front-facing computer screen will only be seen by the person using it, while the rest of the computer is concealed. The second option is to attach the dome to an over-hanging hook, which makes it look like a retro hair dryer form a salon. This options provides a spacious hood for anyone who is hoping to focus solely on a phone call or simply get work done on the computer without exterior distractions.

These unique desk dividers provide various options for privatization, which isn't always available for those working in open offices or busy spaces.