BuzziTripl Cockpit

BuzziTripl Cockpit: Flying solo

Want a quiet place to work while still being a part of the action in the office? BuzziTripl Cockpit will allow you to instantly create a private workstation while keeping close to your colleagues so you can easily collaborate and stay engaged with your work environment.

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An instant getaway

Fly away from distractions. The easy-to-install BuzziTripl Cockpit can be placed on any existing workstation or communal table to instantly create an acoustic and visually private space for focus work. Position more than one BuzziTripl Cockpit near each other to form a Hub for Togetherness, so employees can work apart together all while maintaining social distancing.

First-class experience

Crafted from three layers of our renowned BuzziFelt, BuzziTripl Cockpit is designed to reduce noise so you can establish a quieter area for concentration. The individual work hub can be pulled closer towards you to enhance the acoustic experience. Additionally, a functional cutout at the back allows chargers to run through without any clutter, so you can keep your laptop and smartphone always powered.

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Any destination

The flexible and lightweight BuzziTripl Cockpit can work as a simple add-on to any workspace destination including co-shared offices, libraries, airports, and even hotel lobbies. The possibilities are limitless. And like the BuzziTripl Home, the acoustic desk partition arrives in a bicolor variation with BuzziFelt Anthracite on the outside and BuzziFelt Offwhite on the inside, making it easy to match your surroundings.

Mementos

BuzziTripl Cockpit is pinnable, which means you can keep your favorite souvenirs and postcards close. Or, of course, that growing work "to do" list.

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Need CAD files?

Our online product configurator enables you to design your BuzziTripl Cockpit and download it as an AutoCAD, SketchUp, 3DS or Revit file.

Acoustics : Tone it down

Acoustic Absorption

Maximum Absorption

Acoustic Attenuation

Maximum Attenuation

Designed for open work environments, BuzziTripl Cockpit features a slightly tilted roof and parallel walls to prevent sound propagation inside it, allowing people to concentrate on the task at hand. Constructed from three layers of BuzziFelt, the acoustic desk divider will additionally absorb excessive noise for more internal privacy and fewer distractions from the outside world.

Acoustic performance

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