Pictured above is single glazed partitioning from one of our recent projects
Both glass partitioners are ideal choices for creating a private office or meeting room in your open floor plan office. Both give a minimalistic and clean look to your office, as well as being flexible and easy to install. Another plus is that they are easily relocatable if one would like to change the positioning of them in the future. Additionally, branding can be incorporated through manifestations to really pull your office together.
Pictured above is a manifestation in the glass, allowing branding to be incorporated in one of our recent projects
Pictured above is double glazed partitioning from one of our recent projects
So what’s the difference? Which is better? The answer is both. They are both sturdy, durable and aesthetically pleasing pieces that add something to your office. It just depends what you are looking for. If you are looking for one that absorbs sound better and is extremely sturdy, the double glazed partition is the best option for you. If you are looking for an option that isn’t going to take too much damage and is going to do a fair job of absorbing sound, then the single glazed which is a tad less expensive would be the option for you.