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Tudelü Retractable Walls

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The Tudelü booth at ICFF earlier this month. © Rita Catinella Orrell

One of the most practical new building products on display during this month’s ICFF, held at the Javits Center during the NYCxDesign festival, was a moveable wall system with the clever name of Tudelü. Designed and engineered in Brooklyn, Tudelü’s retractable roll-up walls create privacy or more space at the touch of a remote-controlled button. Intended for both residential and commercial projects, the material-layered wall comes in a variety of colors and materials, including felt, wood, faux leather, and two soundproofing options. The customizable wall takes less than 30 seconds to go up or down (there is a noticeable humming noise as it moves). Tudelü will deliver and install the wall, which arrives in three panels that snap into place within the wall cavity.

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Tudelü can separate a dining or meeting space from a lobby or other public area.
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A galley kitchen in a small apartment can be kept out of sight from the living space at the push of a button.
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A faux wall of books appear on this closed Tudelü panel.
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A faux wall of books appear on this closed Tudelü panel.
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Tudelü can separate a dining or meeting space from a lobby or other public area.

Images courtesy Tudelü except where noted.

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