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These rotating acoustical blinds take their inspiration from modernist architecture and more specifically from the exterior sunshades.

Covered in BuzziFelt, the free-standing room divider is made up of a series of five rotating acoustic blinds. With a simple twist, the blinds can be opened or closed to varying degrees to create privacy or open-up a space. Available with a V-cut feature which enhances a stronger architectural look in any space. BuzziBlinds are mounted on a sturdy metal base that comes in different heights and widths with an optional bi-colour and wheels.





Available in a variety of shapes

Curved or straight base

    Blades measure 37cm thick by 10cm wide

    1 unit equals 1 base + 5 blades


    Beach Design - With Cuts

    Straight Design - + Cuts

    Straight Design - No Cuts

    Wedge Design -With Cuts

    Arch Design with Cuts

    Fabric Felt - Other fabrics available on request
    Straight Blinds, Arch, Beach or Wedge Design  (4 styles of tops for the blades)

    1 Base and 5 Blades

    150cm High -     $2850.00
    185cm High -     $3150.00
    Add wheels+      $190.00
    Add "V" Cuts      $75.00  150cm model         Per Blade ( These cuts give the distinctive pattern)
                               $80.00  185cm model         Per Blade
    Add 2 colour panels  +$240.00 per unit of 5 blades
    Australian delivery charges to be quoted


    Click on the below links

    to download PDFs for the:


    1. Accoustic Report

    2. Configuration Options



    Alain Gilles

    Brussels designer Alain Gilles is somewhat of a latecomer to the design world. After studying political science and marketing management, he spent some time working in the financial sector, before going back to study Industrial Design at the ISD in France.

    He first joined designer Xavier Lust, later followed by Quinze & Milan, before opening his own design studio in 2007.

    He soon developed a very personal approach to product and furniture design, and has since worked with many international manufacturers, including Casamania, Bonaldo, Buzzispace, Galerie Gasserez, Qui est Paul, and Osun ,

    For OSun he designed the Nomad solar lamp, a clever alternative to the widespread and often dangerous use of kerosene lamps in developing countries. Launched at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair, Nomad is durable and portable, and the solar-powered lamp provides six hours of light when fully charged.

    In 2012 Alain was named Designer of the Year at Interieur, an award supported by the Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent