Hedgerow.

Bring the outdoors in with this versatile acoustic divider.

Control and create zones within your space by using this versatile and colourful acoustic divider. Made from layers of felt leaves arranged in smooth ombré colourways, the Hedgerow creates a private, self-controlled area where employees can comfortably work distraction-free. By skipping design, installation and building costs, these lightweight partitions are a simple and creative way to build walls or temporary spaces in the workplace.

Inspired by nature and the change of seasons, the Hedgerow is available in red, green or blue colourways. The sturdy yet lightweight timber base can be stained in any colour of choice, and lighting can be integrated on request. Use the Hedgerow to bring the outdoors in.

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Material
Fiberglass rods with felt leaves
Ash veneer base
Finishes
Base stained in 11 standard colours
Felt leaves available in three colourways
Integrated lighting on request
Dimensions
840 x 210 x 1800H
Application
Indoor use
Lead Time
Made to order - 3 to 4 weeks
Warranty
5 year commercial warranty
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Soak up sound with the Hedgerow...

The Hedgerow is a versatile way to reduce noise distractions and improve privacy in the office. With sound being one of the top factors impacting workplace productivity, employ the Hedgerow to absorb background noise and increase workplace comfort,

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Take a look and see how the Hedgerow's unique features can create a textured acoustic barrier in your workplace.

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About the Designer - Mark Suckling

Mark Suckling was born in Timaru, New Zealand and learned the craft of furniture making in the family business. Inspired by his surroundings and industrious tendencies, He began to create his own designs to feed a design driven market hungry for NZ designs and NZ made.

As Managing Director of Harrows, he is in a unique position to see designs through from concept to prototyping to the marketplace with an exceptional hands-on approach. Mark doesn't believe design needs to be complicated, but it should be both functional and aesthetically exciting.

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