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Still Screens

Offering the functionality of a traditional panel system with an extra touch of tailored elegance, Still creates privacy and separation in open-plan environments. The collection supports partially to fully enclosed spaces with optional integrated power for solo and group activities. The result is a product with multiple uses, including reduction of visual distractions and noise as well as the enforcement of greater social distancing and direction of traffic circulation.

Launching in August 2020

Still takes its inspiration from architecture with an emphasis on light, proportion, rhythm, and materials. Screens may stand solo or be layered to create a desired composition. Each comes standard in four widths and three heights—48”, 59”, and 70”, measurements thoughtfully chosen to provide varying levels of cover for seated and standing occupants. To increase transparency and allow airflow, screens may be specified with windows made from slatted oak or walnut. They also may be finished with rounded or squared corners.

Upholstery options provide further customization, with choices ranging from refined woven textiles to bleach-cleanable fabrics. The panel’s metal feet may be powder-coated in an array of 26 colors to coordinate with the upholstery. Still is tackable where the specified fabric allows.

Endlessly flexible, Still is designed to address the evolving needs of office, hospitality, education, and healthcare environments.





Designed by Fig40

Terry Woodside has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Queens University. He has extensive experience in the automotive industry as well as contract furniture.

Lee Fletcher has long been obsessed by the made environment and received his MA in Industrial Design from Manchester Metropolitan University.

The team has been working together for 10 years and have established themselves as a versatile, creative design partnership.

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