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Style creates space for executive dining

Style creates space for executive dining

As part of a significant refurbishment project of the London offices of global property giant Knight Frank, Style was contracted to provide a high specification, moveable partitioning wall system to divide the prestigious executive dining suite on the 6th floor.

Working with architects, Arcademy and fit out and refurbishment experts BW Interiors, Style recommended a DORMA Variflex sliding partition.

A versatile solution, Variflex is particularly lightweight and easy to manoeuvre yet makes no compromise on acoustic performance. Allowing the stunning dining area to be divided into two, more intimate spaces, the moveable wall delivers a phenomenal 57dB acoustics, giving exceptional privacy between two concurrent events.

Perfectly complementing the sophisticated interior décor of the executive dining suite, the partitioning wall was finished in an exquisite Andrew Muirhead fabric. In addition, Style installed a flush telescopic panel that creates smoother lines and a solid wall appearance by fitting completely flat along the wall.

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As a specialist in movable partitioning walls, Style is the sole UK distributor for DORMA, Skyfold and SWG. Style offers a complete design and installation service for architects, interior designers, contractors and end-user clients and has an...
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