Inscape, a maker of workplace products, has just partnered with commercial furniture designer and manufacturer Connection to create unique workspace solutions. Their first collection is called Harp. Harp is a space divider designed for emerging workplace trends that creates “neighborhood” zones with multiple accessory options to finish and personalize a space. It’s trendy, modern and also happens to be sustainable.

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Waiting room with Harp dividers on each side

Harp was showcased during Neocon 2022, displaying how bungee cords helped construct walls for visual privacy. Harp is a space divider but doesn’t obstruct visibility or create a permanent wall. This means these dividers can be moved in a modular fashion as needs change, reducing waste. They can be used for workspaces, team meeting rooms or even a relaxation space for workers.

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Waiting room shaded from direct sunlight from Harp

Additionally, Harp space dividers are not anchored to the floor. Teams can then erect them to create collaboration spaces or move private workspaces as needed.

Office lounge with Harp divider

Laura Barski, Vice President of Marketing and Product Design at Inscape, said that creating these products was important to offer a flexible product for quickly changing work environments that have shifted radically during the recent pandemic.

Meeting area divided by metal walls

Using bungee cords softens the industrial steel frame. The intentional design of the dividers contrasts with the typical soft curtains they replace.

Color varieties of Harp in green and black

We like how the dividers are not only modular but come with various options for accessorizing them, thus making useable office space out of thin air. If you don’t have enough workspace, imagine accessorizing with a privacy wall you can turn into your own shelf, whiteboard or storage container.

These dividers come in one- and two-sided, 94.5-inch tall designs. Meanwhile, end panels and corner frames come in various timber finishes. The bungee cords also come in five colors. Dividers can be accessorized with shelves, whiteboards, planters and media units. Storage options are coming soon.

+ Connection, Inscape

Images via Inscape