Style has demonstrated once again the breadth and scale of its moveable partitioning wall solutions.
The market leading partitioning specialist has recently completed the largest UK operable wall installation of its type in 2015, using a combination of Skyfold and DORMA Variflex to deliver flexible space across rooms of 26 and 30 metres in length.
Yet, while working on a project of this magnitude at the Vox in Birmingham, which is part of NEC Group, Style also delivers far smaller projects for village schools, community centres and churches, demonstrating the extent of the company’s product portfolio and technical expertise.
“We’re very proud to offer a far-reaching range of moveable wall solutions that cater for projects of all scales and budgets,” said Mike Fine, Style’s director for the Midlands.
“A number of years ago, Style was appointed to deliver flexible space at the London ExCel centre, a project that was the largest in Europe at the time and involved a phenomenal 4.4 miles of headtrack and 852 panels.
“Yet if you look at the case studies on our web site, we also work on many much smaller projects. Take for example Heddington School, a small voluntary aided village school in Wiltshire, where we installed a very simple, low cost folding wall to separate the classrooms.”
Style’s expertise and products span a multitude of sectors, including corporate, hospitality, education, public sector, religion and many more. As the exclusive UK partners to DORMA, Skyfold and SWG, the company is able to meet any requirement, whatever the room size or budget.
For more information, please contact your nearest regional Style office.