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3. Visual divisionA favourite way for architects and designers to provide visual segregation between two areas are dividers, screens or joinery. This is an opportunity to inject some design flair into an open-plan space, as dividers often serve more than one purpose. This contemporary home in WA uses the back wall cabinetry with its media wall and fireplace as the unifying element, but deliberately creates visual separation between the lounge and dining rooms. The timber vertical slats that run floor to ceiling open and close, allowing the occupants to dial up or dial down the brightness and privacy of each space.Wondering how to partition your home without building walls?