“Cuadro” is Spanish for picture, and Quadro by Muraflex – a system of framed architectural glass partitions – paints a pretty picture indeed.

Muraflex Cuadro architectural glass partitions black anodized and walnut trim in office space

Among the roster of innovations, perhaps the most visually palpable is the recessed reveal, allowing the wall to sit back from the framing to “create a picture frame effect that highlights your office space like a work of art.”

Muraflex Cuadro architectural glass partitions black anodized and walnut trim in office space double meeting room with dividing wall

But one needn’t have such lofty aspirations to admire Quadro. In addition to the choice of finishes and optional snap-on trim, the system accommodates different glazing: single-offset, double, and double with a decorative panel sandwiched between the glass.

Muraflex Cuadro architectural glass partitions black anodized and light oak trim with decorative panel of tree motif in office space

Add door options in single- or double-glazed pivot, single-glazed pocket, and wood pivot; and handles in flat-head, square-locking, and ladder pull styles, and we’re talking about a virtually customizable system.

Muraflex Cuadro architectural glass partitions silver anodized and red trim in office space

Last but not least, there are also 16 finish options: from wood veneer to anodized metal to powder coat.

Muraflex Cuadro architectural glass partitions black anodized and walnut trim view from inside office

See further details at Muraflex. And check out more demountable glass walls at Designer Pages Media.

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