Divider by Mieke Meijer might be an effective means to partition parts of an open plan space yet its second function is ironically to bring items together. The more that this elaborate timber shelving unit holds, the better job it does of creating privacy barriers between one subsectioned room and another.
The expansive storage system is roughly six feet tall, working to successfully segregate areas down from eye-level for most people. Not especially fit for really tiny living spaces, the complexly composed piece of furniture has an even greater width than height.
A skeletal structure makes this contraption a relatively poor means of visually disconnecting interior environments. However, Divider by Mieke Meijer suffices to affect the circulation and program of a space while ridding two areas of clutter.