Dear Government Agencies,

Let’s talk about privacy solutions

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Meet the family

They come in all shapes and sizes

There is no “one size fits all” when you’re trying to solve a privacy problem. People love options, and that’s why we built our business around it. Custom sizes, shapes, colors, hardware… you dream it, we’ll build it. We’re on a mission to bring privacy back to the workplace, and these are the building blocks to make it happen. We have room dividers and acoustical solutions for everyone.

A few of our clients

Let us show you who we’re working with

Apple
Walgreens
Ford
Google
Johns Hopkins
United States Navy
Tesla Motors
University of Texas
GuideWell

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WE’RE OBSESSED WITH PRIVACY. DON’T BELIEVE US?

We didn’t set out to be just another furniture company. We believe in finding a unique purpose, planting your flag, and being the best at what you do. Our blog is like our company’s diary – just broadcast to the world. We actually believe in the room dividers and the other products we sell and the problems we solve for our customers. Space division, office collaboration, and focus work are achieved through a delicate balance of space planning and intentional design. Let’s take that journey together.

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How Privacy Dividers Enabled One Nonprofit to Keep Giving Back

Shoes 4 the Shoeless was faced with a problem. The nature of their mission left their volunteers incapable of serving while social distancing.

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