Natural light—it’s at the very top of the wish list of every single tenant and landlord we sit in a meeting with. And for great reasons. Countless studies have touted the benefits, both psychological and physiological, of daylight. Among them are higher levels of concentration, better short-term memory and an improved mood for the workers who frequent these spaces. And, in the end, I don’t think I’ll get much pushback when I say that seeing the light of day is simply aesthetically pleasing. Even the very best interior design cannot compete with the beauty of a blue sky, blooming trees and sweeping views. The writing is on the (glass) wall. Solid is out; glass is in.
One way to make the most of the open, airy vibe clients universally long for is to incorporate glass into the design. While the number of perimeter offices in most spaces is indeed declining, and those lend themselves naturally to floor-to-ceiling windows that let light in, glass is an exceptionally great option for interior offices and other partitions—as well as for senior executives and HR departments clamoring for good acoustics for private conversations. Luckily for us, there has been an explosion in the variety of glass partitioning solutions on the market helping us to tailor the right product for each client’s needs and budget. Read More