It’s common for large rooms to be needed in new commercial and government buildings, often required for events that only take place a couple of times a year. Greater flexibility can be made of these rooms with the use of operable walls. Banyule City Council’s forward thinking new headquarters at 1 Flintoff St, Greensborough is a good example of the new approach to flexible space planning that contemporary operable wall design can achieve. The open plan area on level 4 – perfect for large functions and council staff meetings – can be split a number of different ways to allow flexibility in the room’s use on a day to day basis. Training rooms by day, can quickly be reconfigured into an open plan function space by night. Multiple meetings can take place side by side during business hours, and with some quick changes be re-arranged into large open plan space. With the latest generation acoustic materials both internally and externally providing excellent reduction in sound transfer between rooms, as well as reduced sound reverberation within rooms, Hufcor’s latest generation Operable Walls can provide contemporary solutions to flexible room use and design.
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