One of the issues we hear from architects is that they would like to include glass walls in their designs, but they also need to incorporate flexible space management. They are hoping to use a folding wall, but they don’t want it to get in the way of the beautiful, open space they have created with large glass walls. Thankfully, Skyfold is an excellent solution.

Here’s why:

  • Skyfold folds up seamlessly into the ceiling.
  • No tracks are needed on the walls, ceiling or floor.
  • Seals deploy to make gentle but secure contact with the glass walls.
  • The walls have excellent acoustical properties
  • Projects can be fully customizable with many different sizes and finishes.
  • Skyfold is also available in glass, to match the other walls.

For more information about Skyfold, visit our Operable Partitions page or get in touch with questions.

Photos of Skyfold and Glass Walls

Greenberg Traurig Office Renovation

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London Borough of Newham

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Harvard University

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Milliman

Milliman - Skyfold Classic 55™

Milliman - Skyfold Classic 55™

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Milliman - Skyfold Classic 55™

Milliman - Skyfold Classic 55™

Photos of the Skyfold Mirage

Instead of designing a room with glass walls, you may want to consider a room with glass walls that fold up into the ceiling at the click of a button! Check out pictures of the Skyfold Mirage below and get in touch with any questions about it.

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