Colored glass partitions transmit light, promote corporate identity

A prominent feature of the interior of Wascosa’s headquarters in Lucerne, Switzerland, is a glass partition system in the rail transport company’s orange and gray corporate colors.

December 10, 2012 |

A prominent feature of the interior of Wascosa’s headquarters in Lucerne, Switzerland, is a glass partition system in the rail transport company’s orange and gray corporate colors. Architect Lussi+Halter Partner AG chose the 452-sf Swissdivide system from Glas Trösch, which features a Sefar Architecture Vision interlayer in four different metal-coated fabrics and reaches from floor to ceiling. The vertically striped pattern inside the glass partitions allows for separate workspaces and privacy, while permitting light transmission to maintain a bright, open office environment.

Sefar Architecture

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