One of the main requirements of the Toyota brief was to reduce the support structure of the single-glazed walls to a minimum to increase the brightness and transparency of the system, resolved by using a wall from the P600 Extra Dry series.
This extra-smooth wall organises space in a discrete manner. The glass modules are used in combination with white plasterboard dividers used for reinforcement and to create a visual barrier between the offices, underlining the blue and white colour scheme of the interior.
P600 Extra dry
The wall used as a divider is the P600 Extra Dry partition with a 12-mm-thick single-glazed panel designed to reduce the frame to a minimum and blend in with the ubiquitous carpeting of Anglo-Saxon interiors.
Ultra-light flexible profiles allow the wall to adapt to the curved floor designed to enhance sound performance while guaranteeing the wall’s capacity to absorb deflection. The vast glazed surface going from floor to ceiling is only interrupted by single-glazed door frame.
The role of glass in the P600 series is essentially structural; in this version the uprights have been replaced by transparent polycarbonate joints making it possible to attain levels of transparency that other dividing systems can only dream of. The great flexibility of this system allows it to adapt to almost any internal configuration.