Whether it is to make a statement or reinforce corporate branding, glass manifestation has the potential to transform your office space.
Glass manifestation is a requirement of building regulations (it is there to prevent you walking into a glass door or partition – nobody would want that), but there are ways to turn an obligation into something creative. Manifestation can take the shape of an abstract design such as geometrical patterns; it can also be used strategically to reinforce company branding.
Beyond safety, there are plenty of reasons why you should consider glass manifestation in your office. It is a great way to add a splash of colour to the workplace and an opportunity to convey brand identity in a professional yet creative way.
Usually more cost-effective and flexible than sandblasting and traditional screen printing, glass manifestation can be used on glazed doors, screens and partitions in meeting rooms, breakout areas and even your office reception. It is particularly effective when you need to add privacy to large glazed meeting rooms or executive offices, scrapping the need for a full refurbishment. Combined with coloured glass, it is also a clever tool, should you wish to highlight or simply define a space within your open-plan office.
Do bear in mind that glass manifestation should enhance natural light, not obstruct it. Natural light is an essential ingredient for a healthy, positive workplace, so use it to your advantage - and if it happens to be scarce, there are innovative lighting solutions for you out there.
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