Glass FinishesOCTOBER 16, 2019| SpeedPro Harrisburg
Types of Glass Finishes
When you’re designing a work space, you want to get everything right. So many factors, from paint color to lighting temperature, and from furniture arrangement to sound level, have an impact on workplace performance and the productivity of employees
In public spaces, such as restaurants, it’s important to lay out tables and seating and design the dining room to keep noise levels in check. You also want to separate certain areas, such as a private dining room for large parties or a more casual bar area for people who just want a drink or a quick bite.
For a while, expansive open spaces were the preference for business owners, building owners and restaurant owners. Businesses that rent an open plan office can rearrange it based on their needs or the number of employees they hire. Building owners who rent out open place offices or other open layout spaces have more flexibility when it comes to finding tenants. Restaurant owners enjoy the freedom of setting up their dining areas however they’d like.
Although the open plan layout has been trendy for a while, some business owners do want ways to divide up or partition off their space. Doing so creates private areas for employees who might need to take a phone call or have a confidential meeting. It also creates separate zones for certain activities. Clear glass walls and partitions help to delineate specific areas without completely closing down an open space.