The office partitions experts embark on the industry.
February 11th, 2010
Launching onto the Australian design industry, high performance office partitions that incorporate style and functionality are ahead of the times.
With major projects as Bank of America and Merryl Lynch Singpore under their belts, Clestra are set to make an important antipodean debut.
Known for their major investments in research development, Clestra produce intelligent, high performing and aesthetically pleasing partition systems for commercial spaces.
With partitions becoming a key component of architecture, partitions provide the resources needed to express space without compromising flexibility, acoustics and fire protection.
Used as an impressive design tool, the Clestra partitions can help structure to open plan spaces, whilst creating a decorative element.
Frameless partitions and frameless glass leafs provide an abundance of natural light transmission unavailable to designers and users in the past.
All Clestra partitions are completely demountable and reusable carrying accredited acoustic certifications.
Amongst the ranges available in Australia, pleinAir comes in a single or double-glazed version with centre or offset profiles. The doors are available as swing or sliding doors, in timber, steel or glass.
Hanging curtains or woven image screens are also available, integrated into the standard ceiling profile.
Clestra will be celebrating their arrival into Australia, with their showroom launch event on Thursday 4 March.
If you would like to find out more about the product range, please click here to email your enquiry.
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