Interior space dividers do not have to equal isolation, or worse, evoke the dreaded cubicle hell of corporate offices past. In contemporary spaces, interior divisions can be used to order an amorphous open office, create discrete areas for specific tasks, provide some privacy, and even serve to stave off communicable, airborne diseases. If the right systems and materials are used, these dividers can even be considered light, airy, and well-appointed.
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Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Workplace, Commercial
B+N Industries’ Cable system fits that description to a T. Made from stainless steel aircraft cable and accompanied by several hundred component parts, Cable can hold up just about anything and can do it with minimal visual interruption to a space’s aesthetic owing to its slim profile. It’s easy to reconfigure and, with its accompanying, customizable acrylic panels, can be changed to accommodate new safe-distance guidelines, used for wayfinding, or to simply reorder a space. The Cable system makes architectural interventions like interior dividers a pleasant addition to any workplace, library, retail, or healthcare setting in need of some barely-there organization.