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Are you looking for ways to enhance productivity and focus in your office space? 

Excess noise pollution from outdoors, people speaking, and loud machines can be a significant distraction that hinders both concentration and productivity. 

Thankfully, there are solutions. That’s why we decided to create this comprehensive guide that will teach you everything you need to know to create a distraction-free workspace. 

Let’s dive in!

Office Noise Reduction: Why Office Partitions Are a Must-Have in Modern Office Spaces

Office Noise Reduction: Why Office Partitions Are a Must-Have in Modern Office Spaces

Many modern offices have embraced an open concept, but the noise from phone conversations, typing, office machines, outdoor noise, and even casual chats can drastically reduce productivity. 

As a result, sound reduction technology has quickly become a necessity—that’s where acoustic glass office partitions have come in!  They provide a practical solution to minimize noise by offering a quieter, more focused workspace that fosters productivity and focus.

Sound insulating office spaces can benefit individual concentration and enhance overall workplace harmony. By effectively managing sound, you create an environment where employees can thrive, undisturbed by the hustle and bustle around them.

The Benefits of High-Acoustic Office Partitions

The Benefits of high-acoustic Office Partitions

Here are several benefits of high acoustic office partitions from Optima:

Enhanced Privacy

High acoustic partitions allow for confidential conversations and meetings without the fear of being overheard, and with acoustic glass walls, you won’t have to worry about feeling disconnected from the rest of the office.

Increased Productivity

Reducing noise means fewer distractions, which allows employees to focus better on their tasks and accomplish more.


The partitions can be installed in various configurations to suit changing needs and spaces. Plus, they’re relatively easy to move around, so your space can be quickly changed if needed.

Aesthetic Appeal

Apart from their functional benefits, high acoustic office partitions can also add to the visual appeal of an office to create a modern, sleek look that will impress guests and investors.

Improved Well-Being

A quieter environment reduces stress, improves employee satisfaction, and boosts emotional, physical, and mental well-being.

7 Tips on How to Achieve Better Sound Insulation in an Office

7 Tips on How to achieve better Sound Insulation in an Office

Improving sound insulation in an office might seem daunting, but it’s relatively simple if you know what you’re doing. Here are seven easy tips:

1. Seal Gaps and Cracks

Even a small gap can result in a ton of sound leakage. So, if you want to eliminate that, you must seal gaps around doors, windows, and wall junctions. This step is crucial for preventing noise transfer. Simple weatherstripping or acoustic sealants can make a significant difference in sound isolation, or you can buy walls and partitions with that type of material already built in.

2. Install Solid-Core Doors

Many rooms use hollow-core doors because they’re lightweight, which can impact sound insulation. That’s why we recommend upgrading to solid-core doors to effectively block sound transmission between rooms. This change can dramatically improve the acoustic privacy of any office or meeting room.

3. Hang Absorbent Panels

Hang Absorbent Panels

Absorbent panels for office spaces absorb sound in order to effectively reduce reverberation to create a much quieter environment. The panels also double as decorative elements that can add a stylish touch to your workspace.

4. Install New Flooring

Install acoustic underlayments or carpets to absorb foot traffic noise and add an extra layer of sound insulation. New, soundproof flooring can reduce noise and add a bit of comfort and warmth to your space.

5. Check Your Ceilings

Check Your CeilingsEnhance overhead sound insulation by incorporating acoustic tiles or panels, especially in areas with high ceilings. They can transform the acoustic dynamics of a room to make it a better space for focused, distraction-free work.

6. Isolate Noisy Equipment

Printers, vending machines, water coolers, and other common office machinery can be pretty noisy, especially in a quiet office space. We highly recommend moving them to isolated areas or enclosures to minimize their disruption.

7. Install Acoustic Office Partitions

Installing acoustic partitions is an effective way to define spaces while also contributing to your office’s overall sound insulation performance. Optima offers state-of-the-art systems that are specifically tailored to meet this need, including:

Revolution 54 Plus Double Glazing

The Revolution 54 Plus Double Glazing stands out for its superior acoustic performance, aesthetic versatility, and ease of integration with existing structures. Whether you’re aiming for a discreet installation or a statement piece, Revolution 54 Plus has customizable options to meet your acoustic and aesthetic needs.

Revolution 100 Double Glazing

If you’re looking for the pinnacle of soundproofing, the Revolution 100 Double Glazing system offers unparalleled acoustic ratings and flexibility. Designed with innovation in mind, this system includes specially designed doors that achieve remarkable acoustic performance, to prove that you don’t have to compromise on style for functionality.

Improve Your Space with High-Acoustic Office Partitions from Optima

Improve Your Space with High Acoustic Office Partitions from Optima


Transform your office into a peaceful oasis of productivity and tranquility with our cutting-edge high acoustic partitions. At Optima, our solutions are about reducing noise and creating environments that foster focus, collaboration, and well-being.

Contact us today to learn more!
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