Solutions that meet both public and private needs
Combining design and comfort with full functionality is a challenge in most work environments. The activity and need for space varies and the room sometimes feels oversized and difficult to utilise. The balance between private and more public areas is often a key issue when planning public spaces.
Room partitioning with folding walls and block walls is a smart and flexible way to adapt the room to the needs of the day. Work surfaces can be transformed instantly, without major and cost-intensive interventions.
Meeting and conference facilities
The office’s need for meeting and conference spaces is satisfied by modern, easy-to-handle partitions.
Folding or block walls are positioned in a suitable location in a larger room to be divided into smaller zones as necessary. If the walls are foldable, the meeting manager can quickly extend or shorten them depending on the conditions of the room and the meeting, the number of participants and the type of activity.
Break and changing rooms
Break and changing rooms are valuable spaces in most workplaces. The break room gives the staff the opportunity for a moment of relaxation in privacy. Mobile changing cabinets and benches can be installed as needed, as well as a TV, board games or other things that contribute to a lower stress level in the workplace.
Schools and educational facilities
The folding or block wall can quickly divide the large classroom into smaller spaces for group work or individual studies. With glazed solutions, the teacher can work with parallel groups whilst maintaining an overview of all rooms.
Healthcare facilities and nursing homes
Healthcare facilities and nursing homes are typical examples of environments where many requirements must be met. Partitions may be used for care facilities where patients are separated from each other as well as to separate visiting rooms from treatment rooms.