This particular installation shows exactly why the client chose window film as a treatment for the glass in their offices. These offices are situated in a high-rise office block in the middle of the CBD. The glass doors that lead onto the balcony provide the space with a lot of natural light and, as shown, spectacular sunsets.
The area shown in the image – that has been cordoned off by the treated glass partitioning – is their new boardroom. Considering the sunlight found in this area it seemed an obvious choice to make use of that natural lighting by using glass as the building material and window film as the treatment to create the boardroom.
The space was previously a rather wide passage way with the individual architect’s offices on either side of the passage. The individual offices serviced the firm sufficiently when they were handling smaller clients, however, with big projects on the horizon a designated boardroom area became a must.
They realized that creating this area through using glass partitions would be the easiest option and as an alternative to curtains or blinds they sought out window film. It would service the needs of this room with minimal effort, cleaning and fuss.
The specific window film design that has been chosen offers maximum privacy, which is ideal for a boardroom setting. The clients meeting here would feel assured of discretion when discussing the details and finances of their project. Also, any staff meetings, disciplinary hearings and interviews with potential employees could comfortably take place in this environment.
Overall the frosted window film used on this entirely glass structure met the needs of the client and allowed for a sophisticated look.
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