Spotted! Mozzy Partition

THE DESIGN

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Mozzy is a room divider as conceived by Page Tan together with Ross Faulianna and Xu Bin, three final year Furniture Design students at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. Made of red oak and yellow poplar, the design has many fluid curves inspired by the continuous movement of fabric.

“The fluidity of fabric has fascinated us in more ways than one. We wanted to achieve a similar characteristic using wood. The sinuous pattern is essential for it to stand on its own. We can hence relate this to the softness of fabric; the way fabric flows and the subtle curves that it produces. The difference in height within the Mozzy partition, hopes to pull off a sense of excitement and at the same time give the user some privacy. But the details don’t stop there. Cast light onto Mozzy and a beautiful silhouette can be seen.”

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  • Ivonne_gw

    may you explain ur product? i’m architect and now i’ve a project which needed partition like this. is this partition can reduce voice?

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