The ideal way to maximize space with minimum fuss and cost is through glass partitions. Most modern offices are now open plan, but sometimes additional rooms for interviews and training have to be created or confidential.
Glass partitioning allows companies of all sizes to maximize the space available while being streamlined. Without losing light.
Glass partitions retain the modern, “clean” look so crucial in the workplace without the need for solid, repressive walls that allow staff to feel “divided” as they do not see each other.
Glass office partitions and Crystalia partition systems are significant modern developments to achieve a fantastic combination of practicality and true esthetic attraction.
Instead of internal office walls or other laminated partition walls, glass toughened panels are mainly used.
Typically 10mm to 12mm toughened glass panels, and glass doors provide security and clarity, maintain an overall sense of light and space, and enable office areas to fulfill a specific function while insulating from other office noise.
Adding blinds to these areas or freezing glass in certain areas can ensure that privacy remains secure as, where, and when necessary.
Major Glass partitioning benefits
- Keeps a creative and ‘airy’ feel – prevents light losses – an advantage by itself, which allows you to use less power and thus save money. – Raises the confidentiality of staff and customers.
- Divides a space poorly utilized into several partitions – Can be used to create decorative partitions – cost-effective because it takes little or no structural changes to the environment – Less mess than major structural work – There are a wide choice of glass designs – clear glass maximizes the ‘open space’ effect, frost allowing extra privacy and there is an excellent selection of glass designs;
- Complies with health and safety requirements – made of tough safety glass – easy to clean – hard to wear, long looks good
The office is not limited to glass partitions. They can also be used to create features and spaces in companies such as restaurants and bars.
Besides the workplace, glass partitions are also used in domestic environments. Many new homes have tiny rooms, and many of us now live in small apartments or apartments, where there is very tight space.
With the clever use of a glass partition, a studio apartment can be converted to define the living and sleeping area without stealing the already limited space. In a larger home, glass partitions can be used to divide unused areas into more usable sizes, and glass reduces sound transmission between neighboring rooms significantly more effectively.
This is ideal for a family home with many different needs to be fulfilled – one child may play a loud computer game, for example, while another child needs to review for tests.
Sliding or motorized panels can also be used for temporary partitions that can be opened and closed if necessary to create privacy, but without a permanent barrier.
For example, for an en suite or a kitchen, a sliding glass partition would be ideal – allowing for the formation of two rooms when needed but maintaining a large room the rest of the day.