The versatile Focus™ wall system is about flexibility and the ability to achieve a high level of acoustic performance within a space. Delivered in a refined, minimalist aesthetic, Focus is designed to interface with building architecture via floor and ceiling channels 100mm thick, which can accommodate single- or double-glass panels in either 10mm or 12mm thicknesses. The single-panel option may be center-mounted or mounted to the outside edge of the ceiling and base channels. In the double-glazed version panels are mounted on each of the outside edges of the ceiling and base channels. Solid fascias are similarly mounted on each of the outside edges of the channels.
Focus fascias are available in different styles to provide varying levels of privacy and access to electrical. Glass fascias are ideal when light transmission is required through adjacent rooms and building spaces. Single- or double-glazing can be specified depending on the acoustic requirements of the space. Solid fascias allow for visual and acoustic privacy and accommodate electrical receptacles. An Electrical Filler Panel Fascia narrow in width is typically used beside doors to house electrical receptacles and switches.
The door program is well considered to provide varyingaesthetics and appropriately engineered door optionsto improve the acoustic performance of a space.
Pivot Doors are composed of aluminum-framed single- or double-glass to allow for varying levels of acoustic performance. Pivot mechanisms and hardware are integrated into the frame providing an uninterrupted visual.
Hinged Doors are monolithic and composed of either frameless glass or solid wood. Hinges and hardware are exposed, creating a door with a pronounced visual expression.
Barn Doors are ideal when floor space efficiency is required. They are center-mounted and run parallel to the wall. Doors are composed of a glass panel with a minimal aluminum frame for hardware integration.
Both design and materials support Leed® initiatives and occupant health, balancing the need for enclosure and acoustic privacy with a sense of openness and full access to natural light.
Focus launched September 19, 2016