A system of free-standing glass partitions where every element presents minimum visual encumbrance and maximum mechanical resistance. The project is inspired by eco-compatibility criteria that call for the use of perfectly recyclable materials and uses environmentally sustainable manufacturing techniques.
Single panel partition that accommodates 10/11 or 12/13 mm free-standing sheets. The 40 mm glazing bead profile allows excellent adjustment during levelling while maintaining and extremely contained visual impact. The vertical connections between glass modules are made of methacrylate or aluminium profiles.
Double panel partition that accommodates 10/11 or 12/13 mm free-standing sheets, designed for increased sound reducing performance while maintaining a thickness of only 50 mm. It integrates perfectly with the other Mood versions, using all of the accessories, connections between the glass modules, and swinging and sliding doors
A single panel free-standing partition, 10/11 or 12/13 mm, created with the goal of minimizing the visual impact of the glazing bead profiles on the base and top. It integrates perfectly with the other Mood versions, using all of the accessories, connections between the glass modules, and swinging and sliding doors.
A partition in which the glazing bead profiles are completely built into the floor, ceiling, and walls of the room. It is a highly precise solution with a design effort that maximizes the use of glass while highlighting the accessories and doors that stand in transparent panels.
• MOOD FREESTANDING
Free-standing cubicle for innovative and flexible outfitting. Confined work areas or concentration areas where glass is used as a structural element that is completely released from the architectural box.
Designer Arch. Paolo Pampanoni