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Acrylic vs Glass: Which is better for Doors & Walls?

Many may not know that acrylic is an option for glazing when specifying interior sliding doors or operable walls. Folding glass partitions or glass conference room walls are often considered the de facto or only option when dividing interior spaces with something other than a traditionally framed wall, but acrylic (and other resins) have some distinct advantages. What is acrylic…
Avalaunch Media
June 13, 2023
Ash and MilanoBlog

Introducing Ash and Milano

New laminate and veneer frames for your next project Ash Laminate Milano Veneer We're happy to announce some additions to our range of frame offerings!  In an effort to offer ever greater options to our customers, we’ve added a light-colored laminate we call “Ash” and a medium-toned veneer called "Milano".  These beautiful new finishes are durable enough for use in…
Chris Arzoomanian
May 12, 2023
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Dwell On Design LA 2017

Dwell on Design, presented in partnership with Dwell Magazine, brings together the brightest people, latest products, and curated content in modern design under one roof.
Ryan Anderson
December 2, 2022
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To Divide a Room or Not- Don’t Decide

Evolving Workplace Flexibility As we emerge from the worst of the pandemic with many people still working in a hybrid arrangement, direction for planning spaces can still be confusing. Some would still prefer to have some separation between themselves and others, some are eager to re-enter an open plan space and to feel that sense of community. Add to that…
Ryan Anderson
November 10, 2022
Conference RoomBlog

Sound Transmission and Room Dividing

Field testing Raydoor Sound Performance We recently undertook an effort to field-test sound transmission on a selection of our room dividing systems with an independent (3rd party) engineering firm.  Field testing is especially important for us (and our clients) as the built environment tends to highlight any shortcomings more critically versus what you might find in laboratory testing.  It also…
Ryan Anderson
May 19, 2022
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Case Study: Breakfast Nook Workstation

A breakfast nook workstation Design Challenge Find a beautiful, flexible way to make this contemporary urban kitchen feel larger and at the same time enable it to be closed off for private dining or a home office application. It was also important for the room divider to match the millwork and allow natural light through to achieve an illuminated jewel…
Ryan Anderson
November 29, 2021
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Design First Customization in Operable Walls & Sliding Doors

Variety Of Options In the realm of operable walls and doors, many providers have a very particular niche, often based on their manufacturing methodology and material usage.  Those constraints drastically limit the amount and type of options available to designers and architects, making them less flexible tools in achieving the functions the design sets out to perform as well as…
Ryan Anderson
December 2, 2020
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