‘Privacy Chair’ has become a new typology in the open office, offering a place of escape from noisy group settings. This design explores dynamic ways of modulating privacy and comfort while also seeking an appropriate scale. The curved back serves as a ‘screen’ and the user can shift his spatial relationship to it by moving the backrest cushion. This offers dynamic ways of using the space within the chair, to allow postures that are restful and private, but still professional. Plywood, upholstery, hardware. Prototype.