Well recognised for delivering innovative partitioning solutions, Style is delighted to announce the addition of the unique Zenith Skyfold to the range of vertical-rising moveable walls for which they are the sole UK supplier.
All Skyfold partitions neatly unfold from the ceiling cavity at the touch of a button but the Zenith is designed for locations where minimal disruption to the furniture in a room is crucial, or where space is particularly limited. Rather than descending as concertinaed panels, the Zenith slides automatically into place almost entirely as flat, vertical panels. This extremely thin path of travel totally negates the need to move tables and chairs in order to create private areas with an exceptional acoustic barrier of up to 59dB Rw – a new industry record for partitioning walls.
“We are extremely excited by this addition to the Skyfold range,” enthuses Julian Sargent, Group MD of Style partitions “The Zenith really is an incredible system because it divides an area so quickly and with virtually zero disruption. It’s ideal for meeting rooms, busy lecture theatres, crowded conference halls and other areas where the space needs dividing for multi-functional use.
“The groundbreaking acoustic performance of up to 59dB Rw makes this the most innovative and complete moveable wall system on the market.”
To view the new system in action, visit the Skyfold page of Style’s website and watch the short video in the “Product Videos” section – www.style-partitioning.co.uk
As the exclusive UK partner to Skyfold, Style has seen demand rise exponentially in recent years. 2013 saw the 100th Skyfold installation at Telefonica Digital’s offices in London, and orders continue to flood in as the wide-ranging benefits of this partitioning wall system become more recognised.
“Skyfold is one of those products that must to be seen to be believed,” says Julian. “It glides so effortlessly into place and, because it’s a vertically rising system that is housed in the ceiling cavity, it doesn’t detract from the room aesthetics when not in use.