The client came to Glass Partitioning UK with a plan to install a glass wall in their reception area. The vision was to separate the existing workspace from the building’s stairs to minimise disruptions and provide an element of protection to staff. The client required partitioning with a unique style that could be used as a design feature in their interiors.
For this project, we used our popular banded glass partitioning. This type of partition houses a variety of glass types in a slim aluminium frame with intersecting bars that stripe across the panes. Although more distinct in its style, framed glass partitioning can be a classy addition to the workplace and add a sense of individuality to the interior design.
Our client’s banded glass partitioning was set in black tracks with matching black framework. The glass had an overall thickness of 12mm and was a full height installation (a standard floor to ceiling partitioning).
The reception’s partitioning was especially unique to the building as the glass panels featured a reeded manifestation. Along with the black aluminium framework, this created a retro look. The reeded design provided the reception with extra visual privacy without minimising the reach of light to the area. At Glass Partitioning UK, we work with our clients to add manifestations that reflect the brand’s identity. There are a range of graphics to select from, or alternatively, we can work with your business to add your own designs. Get in touch to find out more.
The final installation was a stylish, industrial partitioning that sectioned off space for receptionists to focus on work without the disturbance from the staircase. The contemporary banded partitioning contributed an impressive design feature into the workplace.
It’s important that your office design accurately reflects your business and its methods of working. We work closely with our clients to ensure that their glass installation successfully harnesses efficient working and showcases brand identity. For help visualising the glass partitioning design best suited to your office, check out our blog on some of our favourite glass office ideas.