We all know that it is generally recommended to look away from your computer screen a few times a day, and walk around and interact with coworkers during a long day at the office. Having a big workload and a corner office can quickly lead to eight hours of isolation, even when you’re in a building full of people.
To encourage communication and create a better work environment, more and more companies are opting for open office plans. However, this isn’t always the best option for employees who make frequent calls and need a certain level of privacy, or work better without noise distractions. Thankfully, there’s a solution: glass.
Replacing office walls and doors with glass walls, partitions or dividers helps keep the work environment friendly and open, while keeping work spaces separate. Coworkers are able to see who is in the office, who is available to talk and who is away or in a meeting. If you have a large company with hundreds of employees who are constantly communicating and collaborating on projects, glass gives them the ability to stay connected while remaining focused on their individual tasks.
Glass walls look great, too! If you’re considering for a more modern design for your office space, glass is the way to go. Instead of unsightly cubicle walls, you get an airy, clean aesthetic where light shines through. Glass walls are particularly beneficial for small offices too, making them seem bigger instead of closed off. Of course creative use of frosting and etching can offer privacy for conference rooms or select offices if needed.
Our expert glass fabricators and installers are experienced with a wide range of custom architectural glass solutions and the True View team can help you find exactly the right glass, supports and accessories. From glass walls to stair railings, partitions to panels, if it’s made of glass, turn to the glass professionals at True View Windows and Glass!