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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9647 hood 1 18/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Studio Banana Inventors of a hollow pillow designed to give desk-bound workers some private space have unveiled their latest creation.It???s a hood which can be adjusted to cover the head completely giving some much needed inner-space and privacy in the home in open spaces such as parks or public transport.The original Ostrichpillow is an accessory which enables wearers to create their own spaces for wellbeing, to improve focus and concentration, and provide temporary disconnection. Now comes the wearable Ostrichpillow hood.According to maker Studio Banana, it takes around 23 minutes to return to a task after being distracted. By limiting the ability to see activity in the edges of the user???s field of vision, the OSTRICHPILLOW Hood enables people to focus on the task at hand.A spokesman said:??? Until now, headphones were the only way for people working in open offices or co-working environments to isolate themselves without moving desks. ??sFor the first time, people using the Ostrichpillow Hood can now also block out visual distractions.???Since 2012, the design company , with offices in Spain, the UK and Switzerland, has sold more than half a million Ostrichpillows, simply designed to improve productivity. The previous products in the range all facilitated sleep in non-traditional places whereas the new hood is the first to be used in everyday waking life. Worn in three positions, it is said to offer focus and relaxation during work and play, as well as on the journeys in between. The hood can be worn in several different positions:Hood position - When a wearer needs to concentrate on something in public, for example during their commute or in an open plan office or cafe, they can put the hood up. Designed to subtly limit peripheral vision, the wearer is not distracted by activity nearby. Eclipse???position - the hood can be turned around to cover the face complet
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9647 hood 1 18/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Studio Banana Inventors of a hollow pillow designed to give desk-bound workers some private space have unveiled their latest creation.It???s a hood which can be adjusted to cover the head completely giving some much needed inner-space and privacy in the home in open spaces such as parks or public transport.The original Ostrichpillow is an accessory which enables wearers to create their own spaces for wellbeing, to improve focus and concentration, and provide temporary disconnection. Now comes the wearable Ostrichpillow hood.According to maker Studio Banana, it takes around 23 minutes to return to a task after being distracted. By limiting the ability to see activity in the edges of the user???s field of vision, the OSTRICHPILLOW Hood enables people to focus on the task at hand.A spokesman said:??? Until now, headphones were the only way for people working in open offices or co-working environments to isolate themselves without moving desks. ??sFor the first time, people using the Ostrichpillow Hood can now also block out visual distractions.???Since 2012, the design company , with offices in Spain, the UK and Switzerland, has sold more than half a million Ostrichpillows, simply designed to improve productivity. The previous products in the range all facilitated sleep in non-traditional places whereas the new hood is the first to be used in everyday waking life. Worn in three positions, it is said to offer focus and relaxation during work and play, as well as on the journeys in between. The hood can be worn in several different positions:Hood position - When a wearer needs to concentrate on something in public, for example during their commute or in an open plan office or cafe, they can put the hood up. Designed to subtly limit peripheral vision, the wearer is not distracted by activity nearby; Eclipse position - the hood can be turned around to cover the face completel
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9647 hood 1 18/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Studio Banana Inventors of a hollow pillow designed to give desk-bound workers some private space have unveiled their latest creation.It???s a hood which can be adjusted to cover the head completely giving some much needed inner-space and privacy in the home in open spaces such as parks or public transport.The original Ostrichpillow is an accessory which enables wearers to create their own spaces for wellbeing, to improve focus and concentration, and provide temporary disconnection. Now comes the wearable Ostrichpillow hood.According to maker Studio Banana, it takes around 23 minutes to return to a task after being distracted. By limiting the ability to see activity in the edges of the user???s field of vision, the OSTRICHPILLOW Hood enables people to focus on the task at hand.A spokesman said:??? Until now, headphones were the only way for people working in open offices or co-working environments to isolate themselves without moving desks. ??sFor the first time, people using the Ostrichpillow Hood can now also block out visual distractions.???Since 2012, the design company , with offices in Spain, the UK and Switzerland, has sold more than half a million Ostrichpillows, simply designed to improve productivity. The previous products in the range all facilitated sleep in non-traditional places whereas the new hood is the first to be used in everyday waking life. Worn in three positions, it is said to offer focus and relaxation during work and play, as well as on the journeys in between. The hood can be worn in several different positions:Hood position - When a wearer needs to concentrate on something in public, for example during their commute or in an open plan office or cafe, they can put the hood up. Designed to subtly limit peripheral vision, the wearer is not distracted by activity nearby. Eclipse???position - the hood can be turned around to cover the face complet
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9647 hood 1 18/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Studio Banana Inventors of a hollow pillow designed to give desk-bound workers some private space have unveiled their latest creation.It???s a hood which can be adjusted to cover the head completely giving some much needed inner-space and privacy in the home in open spaces such as parks or public transport.The original Ostrichpillow is an accessory which enables wearers to create their own spaces for wellbeing, to improve focus and concentration, and provide temporary disconnection. Now comes the wearable Ostrichpillow hood.According to maker Studio Banana, it takes around 23 minutes to return to a task after being distracted. By limiting the ability to see activity in the edges of the user???s field of vision, the OSTRICHPILLOW Hood enables people to focus on the task at hand.A spokesman said:??? Until now, headphones were the only way for people working in open offices or co-working environments to isolate themselves without moving desks. ??sFor the first time, people using the Ostrichpillow Hood can now also block out visual distractions.???Since 2012, the design company , with offices in Spain, the UK and Switzerland, has sold more than half a million Ostrichpillows, simply designed to improve productivity. The previous products in the range all facilitated sleep in non-traditional places whereas the new hood is the first to be used in everyday waking life. Worn in three positions, it is said to offer focus and relaxation during work and play, as well as on the journeys in between. The hood can be worn in several different positions:Hood position - When a wearer needs to concentrate on something in public, for example during their commute or in an open plan office or cafe, they can put the hood up. Designed to subtly limit peripheral vision, the wearer is not distracted by activity nearby. Eclipse???position - the hood can be turned around to cover the face complet
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9647 hood 1 18/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Studio Banana Inventors of a hollow pillow designed to give desk-bound workers some private space have unveiled their latest creation.It???s a hood which can be adjusted to cover the head completely giving some much needed inner-space and privacy in the home in open spaces such as parks or public transport.The original Ostrichpillow is an accessory which enables wearers to create their own spaces for wellbeing, to improve focus and concentration, and provide temporary disconnection. Now comes the wearable Ostrichpillow hood.According to maker Studio Banana, it takes around 23 minutes to return to a task after being distracted. By limiting the ability to see activity in the edges of the user???s field of vision, the OSTRICHPILLOW Hood enables people to focus on the task at hand.A spokesman said:??? Until now, headphones were the only way for people working in open offices or co-working environments to isolate themselves without moving desks. ??sFor the first time, people using the Ostrichpillow Hood can now also block out visual distractions.???Since 2012, the design company , with offices in Spain, the UK and Switzerland, has sold more than half a million Ostrichpillows, simply designed to improve productivity. The previous products in the range all facilitated sleep in non-traditional places whereas the new hood is the first to be used in everyday waking life. Worn in three positions, it is said to offer focus and relaxation during work and play, as well as on the journeys in between. The hood can be worn in several different positions:Hood position - When a wearer needs to concentrate on something in public, for example during their commute or in an open plan office or cafe, they can put the hood up. Designed to subtly limit peripheral vision, the wearer is not distracted by activity nearby. Eclipse???position - the hood can be turned around to cover the face complet
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9647 hood 1 18/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Studio Banana Inventors of a hollow pillow designed to give desk-bound workers some private space have unveiled their latest creation.It???s a hood which can be adjusted to cover the head completely giving some much needed inner-space and privacy in the home in open spaces such as parks or public transport.The original Ostrichpillow is an accessory which enables wearers to create their own spaces for wellbeing, to improve focus and concentration, and provide temporary disconnection. Now comes the wearable Ostrichpillow hood.According to maker Studio Banana, it takes around 23 minutes to return to a task after being distracted. By limiting the ability to see activity in the edges of the user???s field of vision, the OSTRICHPILLOW Hood enables people to focus on the task at hand.A spokesman said:??? Until now, headphones were the only way for people working in open offices or co-working environments to isolate themselves without moving desks. ??sFor the first time, people using the Ostrichpillow Hood can now also block out visual distractions.???Since 2012, the design company , with offices in Spain, the UK and Switzerland, has sold more than half a million Ostrichpillows, simply designed to improve productivity. The previous products in the range all facilitated sleep in non-traditional places whereas the new hood is the first to be used in everyday waking life. Worn in three positions, it is said to offer focus and relaxation during work and play, as well as on the journeys in between. The hood can be worn in several different positions:Hood position - When a wearer needs to concentrate on something in public, for example during their commute or in an open plan office or cafe, they can put the hood up. Designed to subtly limit peripheral vision, the wearer is not distracted by activity nearby. Eclipse???position - the hood can be turned around to cover the face complet
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9647 hood 1 18/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Studio Banana Inventors of a hollow pillow designed to give desk-bound workers some private space have unveiled their latest creation.It???s a hood which can be adjusted to cover the head completely giving some much needed inner-space and privacy in the home in open spaces such as parks or public transport.The original Ostrichpillow is an accessory which enables wearers to create their own spaces for wellbeing, to improve focus and concentration, and provide temporary disconnection. Now comes the wearable Ostrichpillow hood.According to maker Studio Banana, it takes around 23 minutes to return to a task after being distracted. By limiting the ability to see activity in the edges of the user???s field of vision, the OSTRICHPILLOW Hood enables people to focus on the task at hand.A spokesman said:??? Until now, headphones were the only way for people working in open offices or co-working environments to isolate themselves without moving desks. ??sFor the first time, people using the Ostrichpillow Hood can now also block out visual distractions.???Since 2012, the design company , with offices in Spain, the UK and Switzerland, has sold more than half a million Ostrichpillows, simply designed to improve productivity. The previous products in the range all facilitated sleep in non-traditional places whereas the new hood is the first to be used in everyday waking life. Worn in three positions, it is said to offer focus and relaxation during work and play, as well as on the journeys in between. The hood can be worn in several different positions:Hood position - When a wearer needs to concentrate on something in public, for example during their commute or in an open plan office or cafe, they can put the hood up. Designed to subtly limit peripheral vision, the wearer is not distracted by activity nearby. Eclipse???position - the hood can be turned around to cover the face complet

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