Office partitioning is essential to the streamlined flow of activities in the workplace. This provides employees privacy in their own workspace, while maintaining efficiency. The partitioning also serves as an aesthetic addition to the office, amplifying interior décor.
When it comes to partitioning, Perth’s commercial interior service providers recommend the following:
Glass is a classic and elegant choice. Unlike other partitioning materials that may feel confining, glass gives the illusion of open space. You have different options when it comes to glass partitions: toughened, laminated and glazed.
Toughened glass is popular for its extra strength. When the panels break, the glass will crumble into granular chunks instead of sharp, jagged pieces. This eliminates the risks of injuries due to broken glass.
Laminate glass is another type of safety glass. This uses polyvinyl butyral to sandwich the glass panel into two laminates. With this design, the glass panels will not break into shards or small pieces in case of damage. Make sure the design complies with the safety glass requirements.
Glazed glass is common. The panels are designed to increase privacy in meeting rooms and reduce noise levels from the surrounding area. Frameless full-height glazed office screens can improve the aesthetics of your area, while offering a cost-effective way to organise the layout.
Basic compartmentalisation might not be enough. Offices and commercial spaces also need protection from hazards such as fire. Some of the most popular choices for industrial and commercial settings are fireproof partitioning. Some manufacturers create these panels using composites, plasterboards, steel, or aluminium.
A space must easily adapt to the changing needs of the business. The best solution for this is by a moveable partitioning. The system does not require a floor track, which make installation easier. The panels come in different colours, finishes and designs. They great thing about this partitioning is you can transfer the panels anywhere you want.
The right partitions can make a big difference in office efficiency. Choose your partitions wisely, so you can maximise their benefits and bring productivity into your workplace.