Using Glass Walls And Partitions in A Business Setting

Written by on January 8th, 2013 // Filed under Glass Walls

Using Glass Walls And Partitions in A Business Setting

The transition of moving a business to a new space or redesigning an existing space can be a very stressful and time-consuming endeavor. While figuring out the master floor plan, the business must be able to run on schedule and this can the most challenging task. It is especially trying if the building is rented or leased and permanent modifications such as stationary walls are not permitted. Glass walls or glass partitions are the most economically sound and practical solution that is available today.

Glass walls and partitions are highly versatile and can be used as a permanent or temporary structure. As a temporary solution, there are various designs of movable panels that can be easily installed to create conference rooms, work cubicles and private offices. These walls go up in a fraction of the time compared to a regular wall and there is no mess to clean up. The most common installation is suspending the glass partitions from overhead tracking so no floor tracks are required. As the space gets reconfigured, the glass partitions are able to be moved for a new use.

Permanent glass walls are becoming more commonplace in both public domains and businesses. Not only are they highly versatile but they add an aesthetic value to the property. There are various styles to choose from such as frameless, wooden framed or acoustical. Frameless offers a sleek look, the wooden frame adds an architectural element and the acoustic has the highest sound barrier. Each glass panel is available in a clear or satin finish for privacy. These glass panels are fully customizable and can include etched designs, acrylic inserts or company logos. Besides stationary wall glass there is also accordion partitions and foldable wall partitions for unique applications.

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