Case Study: Queen Mary University of London
Ce Solutions worked closely with architect Cooch & Associates to produce 2 aesthetically stunning installations of our Sigma Range sliding folding partition system at Queen Mary University of London. The first phase saw us provide flexible conferencing facilities by joining two systems together at a 90⁰ angle when in position – the first time this configuration has been achieved with a hinged panel system.
Phase 2 of the project asked for a truly remarkable panel finish to the sliding partition in the University’s Physics Department. The design was produced by the University and supplied to Ce Solutions who super imposed the image on to the panel face at our factory.
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- 3 No. Sigma Range sliding folding partitions
- Innovative digital print laminate finish
- Includes 2 No. Sigma Range systems joining together to form an L-shape when in a fixed wall position with a DDA compliant door
- 45dB sound reduction
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Ce Solutions were involved with the design of these partitions from the start and were there to advise on the various options available to suit the projects. They were helpful and gave good clear advice from the start and even provided the NBS specification for the partitions. The Physics Common Room project in particular has been innovative as the size and quality of the image we required had not been attempted on a folding partition before. Ce Solutions took this on board and provided a partition that is of the highest quality. It looks fantastic and the client and building users are extremely happy with the outcome. The partition makes this project standout. Andrew Cooch, Cooch & AssociatesQueen Mary University of London