Glass Walls/Partitions

Elliptical Door Swing

Featuring an innovative new elliptical door swing that increases usable floor space as the door is drawn inward when swinging open, C.R. Laurence introduces Clear Space. The unique design incorporates a top door guide that automatically folds away from the opening and stacks parallel to the sidewall to provide unobstructed entry. The upshot is door outswing projection is reduced by approximately 45% for a typical 36-in. wide opening. 

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Sleek Lines

Shallow, minimal sliding glass wall is uniform, with ultra-thin lines, making it optimal for interior construction. With panel heights up to 13-ft., 1-in., Cero creates floor-to-ceiling minimally framed sliding glass walls that lend themselves to the contemporary look of today’s workplaces. Open, corner and conference room designs are available as well. It is available in four sill options: Higher Weather Performance Sill, Flush Sill, Low Profile Saddle Sill and Flush Saddle Hybrid Sill, with double-glazed or triple-glazed options for diverse thermal performance needs. Its movement can be automated and it is offered in 50 standard colors, with over 200 others available in powder coat a

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Casino Resort Goes 'All In' with Glass Partition

Labeled the most popular gaming facility in Northern California, Cache Creek Casino Resort offers its patrons an extensive amount of gaming, attractions and amenities, all within a luxurious environment. Cache Club members receive unparalleled luxuries, benefits, promotions and perks. There’s a reason why it’s the most sought after gaming destination in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay area. In the VIP Reception Area, members are welcomed by an extravagant decorative glass partition.

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Pedestrian Tunnel Adds Active Wall System

Philadelphia’s multi-phased, $59.65 million SEPTA Downtown Link features an innovative glass block “active” wall system. This past summer, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) completed the first phase of the Downtown Link, its Center City concourse improvement program to upgrade the underground pedestrian tunnel network. Significant architectural enhancements were made during this phase including an innovative, backlit, glass block “active” wall system. The Downtown Link connects six subway stations, two regional rail systems, and provides access to many businesses, offices, historical points of interest and other destinations.“O

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The Sliding Glass Door Solution

In order to bring light deep into the floorplate, AZ TV, Arizona’s channel 7 selected floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door solutions. Enabling the full office to experience the buzz of the news room in these open, yet enclosed spaces, a strip of frosted glass runs across the glass panels to both lend a nice aesthetic and ensure safety.

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Daylighting a New Stem Space

Bringing in ample daylighting through a 30-ft.-high exterior wall into a two-story common space, Cuningham Group and MOA Architecture specified more than 3000 sq. ft. of EXTECH’s LightWall 3440 interlocking polycarbonate translucent wall system for Roosevelt High School’s new Pathways Innovation Center in Casper, Wyo. Customized vertical sunscreens deliver light diffusion and aesthetic accents while the dual wall system provides high thermal performance of up to R 8.2.

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Ditch the Fishbowl

Bendheim’s +2 Collection offers glass that eliminates the “fish bowl” effect in corporate settings. The light-diffusing laminated safety glass maintains daylight advantages while controlling views and noise with a STC of 36 or greater. The trend-forward glass combines the obscuring brushed effect with a range of neutral color tints, including bronzes and a smoked gray. A combination of translucent and mirrored +2 glass varieties extends the collection’s aesthetic from partitions to wall surfaces. Available in slim standard thicknesses ranging from approx. 0.25-in. to 0.5-in. and in sizes up to 60-in. × 120-in.

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Collaborative Nautical

Expedia CruiseShipCenters’ new corporate headquarters—with its nautical theme—features a collaborative environment. Expedia CruiseShipCenters recently moved to a new corporate headquarters in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Designed by Gensler, the 28,497–sq.–ft. facility features a nautical theme that coincides with the company’s core services. Expedia’s goal was to create an open, collaborative environment so Gensler designed the interior with several glass-wall partition systems.

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