Posted by: the3rdi | January 19, 2010

Putting up walls to break down barriers.

We spend eight hours a day, five days a week together. Surely we deserve a little privacy? The solution, according to iWALL, leading provider of office partitions and frameless glazing, is obvious.

According to a report by Gazi University Department of Furniture and Decoration, Turkey, “Open-plan office occupants may experience a lack of visual privacy in addition to an increase in the amount of unwanted distractions and interruptions.” According to studies at the university, employees at partitioned workstations experienced greater levels of satisfaction as opposed to those employed within an open-plan environment.

Whether it’s the relief of knowing a certain person will no longer be breathing down your neck or the feeling that you’re not constantly being watched, or even the fact you won’t need to sit in front of a workmate that you don’t frankly like – office partitioning can mean a number of different things to different people. In essence, such workwalls can transform the ethos of an office environment, and thus by allowing people to have their space to focus on the job in hand, there is a greater chance of employee connectivity and a synergy of positivity.

With solutions that span glass partitions to demountable partitioning – iWALL have put up walls to break down barriers, helping to revitalize the working environment. The iWALL Team has built up a creditable reputation within the office interiors sector for both the quality of products and the attention to detail shown throughout the project/installation process. All iWALL systems are UK designed and manufactured in house.

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