Jeb’s industry leading operable walls are redefining the physical workplace and affording new peaks in productivity
April 17th, 2013
Today, design for the workplace must cater to a wide variety of working styles and varying business needs. The secret is to ensure that these new designs are proactive; with the workplace fostering productivity and efficiency and making the most use of the environment as possible.
Striking this delicate balance is uncommon but with the release of JEB’s new Integra operable wall systems, offices are afforded the flexibility that specifiers and users increasingly demand. The Integra series focuses on aesthetic superiority and acoustic performance, with the Integra T and Integra 8 range working seamlessly to create the best flexible office space.
The new product range is the perfect integration of high performance glass operable walls with solid wall panelling: the solid and glass walls have further matching vertical stiles and purpose built 2 and 3 way junctions to ensure design continuity.
Staying true to Form & Function, JEB has exceeded in delivering advanced aesthetics and superior flexibility to similar products on the market. The double glazed operable wall is one of a kind, with minimal frames, concealed by a coloured border printed to the interlayer of the glass – creating a sleek, fully glazed surface. With high acoustic performance, users now have the flexibility of an operable wall in their front of house area without having to compromise on the quality of finishes.
The features found in the Integra series are unrivalled and JEB has recently continued its dream of ‘ultimate function’ with the introduction of iGlass electronic privacy glass within the double-glazed panel. With fully concealed, automatic electrical connections, JEB has added a new dimension by adding the option of visual privacy or transparent glass, controlled by the user.
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