Buzzispace launches at "Maison & Objet" in Paris, the new collection designed by Belgian designer Alain Gilles.
Only a few days ago, the collection has been awarded the prestigious Henry van de Velde.
A project that revolves around the concept of personal privacy and well-being, a new way to "protect" the noisy world around you in the office or at home, without isolation from what surrounds us.
It's just like when you pull up the hood of his sweatshirt, or you turn up the collar of his jacket. The last element of the collection was designed for the privacy on the phone, in public spaces. A slender structure and graphically appealing, designed taking inspiration from the old phone booths of the airport, where you can make a phone call without being heard.
Made of recycled material, is available in different colors including: pink, lime, orange, gray, black and white and, in some cases, can also be customized.
Installations by bright color, able to bring some 'humor, warmth and vivacity in the office or in a loft or glamorous spaces.