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Miele Galerie - GL Series Glasswalls
Following the Miele motto of “Feel, Smell & Touch”, Miele has opened a sleek showroom in Vienna, Austria to exhibit their multiple themed product innovations. The custom-designed inset pass doors within the Hufcor glass wall system provide convenient access to each space, offering an exclusive venue for the stylish enjoyment and experience of the Miele products.
EPIC Systems - Sloped floors
Not only did this 5,300 seat auditorium require the partitions to provide a high level of acoustical separation, the floors are sloped and the operable partition bottom seals needed to follow the slope and seal tightly to the floor to prevent sound leaks.
The Gold Coast Convention Center was designed to have several main uses: a conference facility for up to 2000 delegates, a banquet and conference facility for up to 3500 diners and tiered seating for 6000 for sporting events, entertainment and large functions.
The auditorium at the Intercontinental Hotel at the Cleveland Clinic is as beautiful as it is functional. Tiered seating combined with state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, allows every person to see and hear presentations.The perimeter walls are covered in perfectly matched, exquisite, inlaid wood.
Hufcor operable partitions provide the restaurant with the capability of transforming their space to accommodate large or small meetings and banquets. The faces were finished on-site with Scandinavian-themed custom graphics.
Clay County Library (Timber-framed glasswall)
The library features a semi-private space to conduct computer classes during open hours without disturbing other library patrons. With Hufcor timber-framed glasswall partitions, the library personnel can now securely lock the computer “room”, and the valuable computers inside are visible at all times for increased security.
Freightliner Truck Headquarters (Frameless glasswall)
Hufcor Glasswall encloses a cafeteria that looks out onto a two-story atrium overlooking the Columbia River. The architect wanted to secure the cafeteria after hours, but did not want to block off a view of the river. The challenge was the need for the panels to follow the circular design of the atrium. Hufcor’s glasswall was the solution by using curved track and a design that matched the soffits.
Holy Name of Jesus Church (Frameless glasswall)
This church separates the main section of the sanctuary from an overflow area with glass wall panels. The rails were painted white and, after installation, a local artist etched the design into the glass.
Seascape Resort (Frameless glasswall)
Glasswall was the perfect choice for the hotel manager at this hotel who wanted to secure this gift shop and allow hotel guests to “window shop” during off hours. Glasswall allows the entire store to become a window display.
Melbourne Convention Centre
Hufcor supplied 180 panels for use in the 5,000 seat auditorium, Plenary Hall. The panels are 16.35m [53’8”] tall and weigh 1.2 tons each.
These panels are the second tallest in the world. They are 50 cm [20”] shorter than the tallest panels which are in the Korean Convention Center in Seoul, Korea – also a Hufcor installation.