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What are demountable walls and why use them?

Demountable walls, also known as movable walls are architectural products used to construct enclosed environments. They can be detached from their ceiling and floor tracks and moved to another location. They eliminate the mess and disruption of traditional construction while remaining reusable and reconfigurable for future changes to your work environment. Types of demountable walls…

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Office privacy – the key to balancing workplace collaboration and individual focus

Office privacy affects us in more ways than ever before. From being interrupted almost every 11 minutes by digital and human distractions to being overloaded by information or stimuli in an open plan office, the workplace can seem like a difficult place actually do work. But it doesn’t have to be! There are distinct types…

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Walls 101: Demountable, Movable or Traditional

I know, you may think ‘a wall is a wall is a wall’. But when designing a new workspace, it’s important to realize that the differences can have a major impact on the long-term bottom line. The main considerations include price, flexibility and acoustical privacy, and it is essential to make an educated comparison. Demountable…

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5 Private space ideas with movable walls

Enclosed private spaces are a necessity for any workplace, and movable walls offer the perfect framework to support focused work and rejuvenation. THE CHALLENGE The rise of the open floorplan created challenges for many employees. Did you know that we are interrupted every 3 minutes at work, and it can take up to 23 minutes…

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6 Collaborative Space Ideas with Demountable Walls

Enclosed collaborative spaces are a must-have for any workplace, and demountable walls are the perfect framework to support creative teamwork. The rise of the open plan created some issues for employees who crave privacy for collaborating and focusing as a group. While open plan areas can support quick interactions and short meetings, teams are more…

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