In a day and age where the growth of open offices is exponential, people are requiring creative solutions to the need for privacy in such settings; enter KIVO by Alexander Loren of Formkind. It is a modular room divider made up of triangular components. Made out of recycled felt and mirror-polished stainless steel, these triangular modules connect via magnets so that they are easy to rearrange as necessary.
Created for Herman Miller, KIVO by Alexander Loren is available of vibrant and neutral colors that can be mixed and matched depending on the space they are occupying. Described as a 'space frame system,' they can also be used as temporary solutions for trade shows and events, not just permanent fixtures in offices. The can be configured stylishly to ensure aesthetics aren't sacrificed for function.