“Stick Screen” Room Dividers

These eye-catching room dividers, designed by Globalhaus, are made with hundreds of very thin pieces of timber. They are available under “Clearance” from CorporateCulture in Australia — the price is $905 AUD ($680 USD). Found via Inhabitat.

3Form Introduces Innovative “Boomerang” Room Dividers

3Form is introducing a new furniture system called the Boomerang Screen, which is a flexible, tool-free divider system that both encapsulates and divides space. It’s made with 3Form’s Ecoresin (40% post-industrial recaptured material). Designed by k_now, the boomerang element is a slender, curved resin piece with a “boomerang” shaped cross section.

Intriguing Designs: Get Sticks by Extremis

Recently featured on MoCo Loco, “Get Sticks” are space dividers for indoor or outdoors. Designed by Hsu-Li Teo and Stefan Kaiser, the dividers come in separate modules that you arrange as you wish. The base is available in wood or recycled rubber with cork. The sticks are 6 feet (180 cm) high and are made of wood or fiberglass and …

Baltix Furniture: “Eco-Buzz” Partitions

Baltix makes office furniture out of materials such as sunflower hulls, wheat strands and recycled newspaper. Based in Minnesota, Baltix is positioned close to the source of the agricultural fiber they use, reducing energy used in transportation. The partition pictured above is built with sunflower board paneling. The hulls were previously burned as waste. Baltix uses urethane for bonding the …