Flexible partitioning for interiors

Lindner’s designs for commercial and healthcare.

Currently on the market across the Middle East is a range of partitions designed for commercial and hospital interiors by manufacturers Lindner.

The company is giving architects and designers a range of wall cladding systems which can be tailored to fit any interior layout.

Its “Free” range of fascia panels and wall cladding can be fitted to the unfinished wall leaving either a very small or relatively large gap between the supporting wall and the cladding.

This will allow architects either to save space or to conceal building services, cabling and pipe-works. Concealed doors can also be fitted in the systems leaving the appearance of the surface flawless and undisturbed. Lindner “Free” systems are available as glazed, veneered timber based panels, or they can be supplied as steel panels with plasterboard inlays for its metal solutions. Lindner can also manufacture these high-quality products to provide effective sound-proofing for rooms.

Lindner wall systems are also widely used in their more specialised versions for the healthcare sector. Clean rooms, operating theatres and laboratories have all worked alongside a Lindner department with experience in medical applications, from design right through to installation.

The company is also marketing a product called “Cube”, a self-contained room system without permanent connection to solid walls or to the ceiling.

A spokesman said: “It is the perfect retreat while providing maximum flexibility and design freedom. It can be displaced in the room and thus makes it possible to react optimally to changes in spatial planning. Walls are available as a single or double glazing, in metal or wooden look – the system can be designed in any combination according to individual desire.”

“Lindner Cube creates in each open-plan office a place of tranquillity concentration and intellectualproductivity.”