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Banded Glass Partitioning | South West London

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The Challenge

The glass partitioning installation required a bespoke design that would improve the overall aesthetics in the client’s workplace. In particular, the client required a unique banding that would add a modern and industrial finish.

Acting as a form of separation between an open corridor and the rest of the workplace, it was important that the finished project left a good impression on staff and visitors. Keeping things spacious and open, there was no need for a glass door installation.

As an increasingly popular style of glass partitioning, we were eager to get started…

The Solution

Banded glass partitioning uses an aluminium framework that encompasses the glass panes, with UVPC bars intersecting throughout. Once installed, it leaves a lasting impression with a trending exposed and retro look.

For this project, the client required an industrial framed glass partitioning that used a unique design. To bring this vision to life, we installed small banded squares across the safety toughened glass partitions. These were set in dark grey tracks to complement the banded framework. 

As you enter the workplace, staff and visitors are met with a beautiful, framed glass entrance. Whilst the banded partitioning installation didn’t require glass doors, we shaped the glass partitioning around where a door will usually exist, leaving an empty space so that individuals could walk through the entranceway.

Do you have a bespoke design for your glass partitions? At Glass Partitioning UK, we understand that every workplace is unique. That’s why we offer a wide variety of glass partitioning options, ensuring we have a solution to fit the form and function needed by your business. If you have a more bespoke glass partitioning project, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team of experts to find the best solution for your space.

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