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When it comes to creating flexible and adaptable workspaces, partition systems play a crucial role in maximising functionality and aesthetic appeal. Two popular options on the market are Solo operable walls and Float agile sliding panel systems by Creatif. In this blog post, we'll explore the key differences between these two products, highlighting their unique features and benefits to enable you to understand how these moving walls contribute to modern workspace environments.

With moving wall systems there are many ways a reconfigurable ‘room in a corner’ can be created in the corner of an open-plan space.

Creatif’s Perspective sliding folding glass wall system is quick and easy to operate, enabling space to be opened and closed in seconds. The video below shows step-by-step how to complete the process.

Integrating Moving Walls into Meeting Rooms Integrating a moving wall system into meeting rooms is an excellent way to optimise space and create a more versatile, dynamic environment. However, it is important that the system is implemented in such a way that it looks like a well considered part of the scheme.  When planning for… Read More »Integrating Moving Walls into Meeting Rooms

Creatif’s Solo moving wall system is easy to operate by a single user, and this article walks you through exactly how to do it in 90 seconds – so grab your operating handle and let’s get started!

Creatif’s Solo moving wall system is easy to operate by a single user, and this article walks you through exactly how to do it in 90 seconds – so grab your operating handle and let’s get started!

Integrating agile sliding walls and panel systems into a workspace design enables infinitely ReConfigurable space that supports choice, flexibility and agility for now and beyond. Fixed walls are a constraint in today's modern workspace environments. Purist open-plan doesn't work.

Today's workspaces are adapting to support the post-pandemic hybrid-working model, alongside agile and activity-based-working concepts too.

With the Float Agile Sliding Panel system it is possible to have panels housed remotely out of the way in a cupboard, alcove or cubby-hole.

Re-configurability implies a greater potential than any other – something that promises, or has the capacity to provide, a greater benefit than something else. It’s one of the core concepts that underpin our range of flexible sliding panels and integrated moveable wall systems.

Solo vs. Float

We are often asked what the difference is between Solo and Float - both are moving wall systems consisting of individual panels that slide along tracks and stack away to open, close and re-configure spaces...

With our top-hung moving wall systems we have two different track configuration types - single-point and twin-point. The differences are explained in this article.