Our range of designer whiteboards, visual management and acoustic products will help you and your teams create the best collaborative workspace to support change for the good.
A workwall is something that divides space because of its vertical drop and minimal gap between the base of the panel and the floor. This is different to what we know as a whiteboard which have a horizontal drop and a large gap between the base of the panel and floor.
With clever design we are able to create a range of surfaces configurations to provide different benefits. Surfaces can be writeable, acoustic and combination of both.
Whether you use workwalls to write and express ideas, divide an area, or create a semi-private acoustic collaborative workspace, workwalls support and enable an agile, dynamic and collaborative workspaces while optimising space usage, improving acoustics, and reducing occupancy costs.
Reduce Fixed Costs
The ability to create dynamic fitouts with mobile workwalls, ⇓ project costs, ⇓ disruption and ⇑ workspace utilisation. Mobility is the key to benefits and improving returns on your investment.
Workwalls help you set up mobile partitions and separate people as well as divide spaces. This presents an opportunity to better manage your workforces return to work.
Using mobile whiteboards has enabled our teams to move the tools they need to wherever they need them, providing flexible wall space to create and collaborate.
Facilities Manager, Federal Govt Department
By not limiting activity to traditional meeting spaces, we could reduce the amount of enclosed meeting rooms. This has had a material impact on our property costs and supported a new way of work.
Project Director, National Corporate
Working with you guys has been very easy and we love the Y System. It has helped with our agile transformation.
Head of Workplace, International Corporate
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