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Hide 90° is a piece of public furniture that explores the relationship between people and modern public space. From the aspect of human’s sensibility and consciousness, this subject proposes a single-sided screen that can rotate 90°, which can switch from vertical to horizontal. This invention provides various scene choices through changing different blocking areas. Unlike traditional screens that are heavy and bulky, it creates a more casual and concise screen choice for people, and even helps people get privacy experience in public areas.
Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
Ya-Qi Chen ,