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Efi Office Space Divider Gives You Privacy, While Making You Look Like a Nut

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There are days when I wake up and just wish I could lie in my bed and go back to sleep. But being the “responsible” adult that I am (and because of the bills that come like clockwork every month), I force myself to lug myself out from under the covers and go to work.

Efi Space Divider

But that doesn’t mean I’m going to be in the mood to be all nice and hyper to my colleagues and co-workers, some of who just happen to rub off on me the wrong way. So when you happen to be in a crappy mood, you can pull down designer Mathieu Servais’ Efi Office Space Divider to cover your head and get you some much-desired privacy.

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..But did I mention that you’ll probably look like and be labeled as a freak when you do? I mean, it’s a fun concept, no doubt about that. Pretty similar to the Privacy Shell, if you think about it. But would you really want to have something constructed from acoustic foam shielding you from the outside world?

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It doesn’t completely cut you off, though, because it comes with some online service that will display notifications from your email or social networking accounts on the inside.

[via Yanko Design]



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