Folding and movable walls for your office
Our folding partitions make for a highly adaptable office space
Your business needs are constantly changing. Decisions have to be made fast and adaptations have to be made to suit the new requirements of those changes. The modern business is always on its toes, so why should your premises be any different?
Our flexible partitions allow you to change the layout of your space at the drop of a hat. Aided by lightweight design they are easily manoeuvred and manipulated, creating convenient rooms as and when you need them - blending seamlessly into their surroundings when you don't.
A closer look at our flexible partitioning
- Offers you a high degree of flexibility
- An incredible space-saving option
- Reorganise your office or conference space whenever you need to
- Rigorously tested to comply with acoustic, fire and general safety requirements
- Lightweight - avoiding the need for expensive structural alterations
- A range of finishes available
All seems too good to be true?
You may be wondering whether such versatility and flexibility comes at a price.
At Blounts Commercial Interiors Ltd we take immense pride in the work we produce, ensuring that everything we manufacture is controlled to meet the highest levels of quality, performance, safety and functionality.
This is as true of our movable walls as it is of any other product we supply and install.
Always happy to carry out a survey for our clients
Not altogether sure whether the space you have available will accommodate folding walls, or how they could be incorporated? No to worry - we've been doing this for many years and are true visionaries when it comes to getting the very best out of our clients' working environments.
Example folding wall projects
Office room divider using folding walls
We were contacted by a Cambridge contractor for this project at Lucy Cavendish college. They wanted to make the area more usable, but with a caveat that the area is also a fire escape. This is a very important factor when planning the division of offices or commercial areas. Incorporating a corridor into the design…