Find Tranquility in Furniture

Alain Gilles’ designs, the BuzziHood and BuzziBooth for Buzzispaces, (thats a whole lotta Buzzi!) are all about personal space, privacy, and intimacy. The wall-mounted BuzziHood pictured here offers a quick escape from the surrounding cacophony of distractions so you can have a moment of peace for a phone call or just a quick breather. The BuzziBooth provides a private and comfy setting for intimate conversation in public spaces. Each is made of 100% recyclable, sound-absorbing fabric.

Designer: Alain Gilles for Buzzispaces



  • Jason Wang says:

    These are so cool!

  • Jason Wang says:

    I especially like the rippled lighting.

  • Viki says:

    I am a true fan of clean shapes and sleek design with screaming colors. This one is what I like so I am your fan too :-)))

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  • Jules says:

    Well done Alain!

  • Hunter says:

    You see an opportunity for peace and tranquility.
    I see an opportunity for business advertisement.

    Think about it: where are some of the few public spaces in place now where under normal circumstances most everyone will leave me alone? Bathrooms, fitting rooms in clothing stores, elevators, stairwells, libraries, public transportation. (The voting booth, but that’s another conversation. Parking lots — sort of.)
    Which of these places do not display blatant advertisements? The voting booth (but only because it’s illegal). I haven’t seen any yet in fitting rooms or parking lots, but I wouldn’t be surprised to find some there tomorrow.

    Conclusion: in theory, these will be used for solitary work and contemplation in a public place; in reality, they will be used for spam.

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