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With businesses striving to create working environments which successfully balances open plan with acoustic privacy, it’s important for design solutions to deliver on both aesthetic appearance and acoustic performance. This was a challenge facing Ireland’s leading tech company, Demonware. Optima’s office glass partitions were selected to create acoustically sound meeting rooms and pods throughout the dynamic new Dublin office.
Due to the nature of Demonware’s work and the intense levels of concentration required, there was a need for cellular offices in the new workspace. However, in order for colleagues to socialise and share ideas, it was essential for the new layout to accommodate areas for collaboration.
Architects, Urban Agency, addressed this requirement by designing innovative sit-in huddle spaces for each team, sectioned by curved plywood dividers to provide a degree of privacy and acoustic separation during informal meetings or catch-ups. For more formal meetings and business calls, our Optima 117 plus system was used in conjunction with frameless pivoting glass doors to create a number of square meeting rooms. This elegant, minimal framed office glass partition system allows natural light flow and visual connectivity across the workspace, whilst providing acoustic privacy. Additionally, our curved single glazing with bespoke aluminium framing created distinctive and stylish meeting pods.
Demonware’s new office successfully accommodates a variety of ways in which people can work, which will increase staff wellbeing and efficiency. The use of office glass partitions gives rise to a light and airy interior which is far removed from the software company’s dark and noisy former office environment. We are proud to have played our part in the creation of a vibrant, flexible workplace which has met the aesthetic and technical requirements of the design brief. The impressive new space will allow Demonware’s staff to embrace the youthful and creative vitality of a tech business which is behind some of the world’s most popular game franchises.