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The pandemic has taught us all the need to be more agile in our approach to home and working lives. During the lockdown, what effectively separated our days and weeks, merged to become a way of life that today many people have accepted as the “new norm”.

What some architects and interior designers have coined as “broken plan living” is simply the clever use of space in our homes and working lives. It’s about finding creative solutions to the problems associated with “open plan living” such as noise and cooking smells, and with the traditional separate room design in which light and space are often sacrificed.

The beauty of this concept is the creation of muti-use areas. Glass is an ideal material to use to separate or zone spaces in the home. As a building material, glass combines strength and structure with an almost ethereal beauty. Its unique translucent nature allows the designer to borrow light from one room to another. The effects of light and space on our sense of well-being is well documented.

Broken plan living is about working, learning and living in shared areas but with the clever use of screening, each member of the family can create private space.

Imagine even further, create movable spaces using systems which slide telescopically or bi-fold to open or close an area. Create an extra bedroom or a daytime study area which transforms into a living room at the end of the working day. This clever fold-away desk offers even further solutions for creative and multi-use living. No more working from the kitchen table, or hiding away in cupboards, make your space work for you and the hybrid living that throws up so many new opportunities for work-life balance.

How much do glass screens and partitions cost?

Glass screens and partitions vary in cost depending on the application however, a simple black crital style single panel of 1000 x 2000 will cost from around £450. Why not use our online quote system here to get a feel for the costs or call our experienced sales teams.

Do you install it?

The great thing about our products is that we offer a one stop shop. Our systems are easy to install, cut to fit your opening size and supplied with full installation instructions. However, if you want a full supply and install, we have a fantastic recommended installer network who can site visit and supply and fit the complete system.