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CSM introduces the ’Ecesis’ – Modular Garden Wall for the office environment.



July 28th, 2010

Bringing even more “green” into the office environment whilst allowing designers to create an aesthetic yet functional divider within the office environment.

‘Ecesis’ is a modular garden wall unit formed from metal panels that hook together to make up a wall to hold  pot plants and other items and used as partition screens, dividers or wall coverings.

The ‘Ecesis’ Garden Wall can be configured to a size that best suits the client’s needs, and pot shrouds can be suspended from any desired location along the wall and finished in various colours and textures. Shrouds can easily be removed for re-arrangement or cleaning.

Designers can substitute other items such as photos, pots and artefacts to make the ‘Ecesis’ Garden Wall their own creation.

The ‘Ecesis’ Garden Wall can be used in both free standing and wall mounted configurations and is available in a range of heights to suit every application.

In addition panels can be easily added or removed as requires.

The ‘Ecesis’ Garden Wall panels are vented, providing a light appearance in the office environment and also to allow good air circulation.

Many options are available to make the ‘Ecesis’ Garden Wall a real feature in the office environment including LED feature lighting and plant watering irrigation systems.

‘Ecesis’ Garden Wall components are manufactured in the CSM, state of the art, Australian manufacturing facility in Sydney. CSM is a a member of the Green Building Council and CSM products are GECA rated for Green Star certification.


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