DORMA’s Moveo and Variflex moveable partitioning wall systems continue to be first choice with many architects, specifiers and contractors as Style sees the number of specifications continue to grow in 2011.
According to David Louden, Style’s Director for Scotland, both products offer such flexibility, simplicity of operation and aesthetic appeal that some architects look no further when seeking space re-configuration.
“The popularity of these products is phenomenal,” said David, “because thanks to their diverse range of applications, we are being specified in market sectors spanning education, corporate, hospitality and leisure, religious, healthcare and so many more.
“They also offer some unique features, and Moveo in particular provides benefits that cannot be replicated with any other product in the market making it truly innovative; one example being its ComforTronic automatic seals that are standard making it a superb semi-automatic partitioning wall.
“Both also look absolutely stunning when in situ, and our recent installation at the legal firm Maclay, Murray and Spens in Glasgow is an excellent example of the quality of finish that can be achieved in the corporate environment with Variflex. Yet when it comes to offering practical and stylish solutions on a grand scale, a project by our Midlands office at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College demonstrates how the same product can be applied to a room that couldn’t be more different.
For more information about Moveo or Variflex, we have online brochures (found in the Moveable walls section of the web site) which explain the benefits and applications in more detail, and for more information please contact your local Style office.