Landflex was a subsidiary company of property investment giant Land Securities. It provided office space to clients with flexible contract terms, easily allowing clients to up or down-size as needed.
To create glass panels that will clad walls within the office blocks and liven the space through the use of colour. This required a simple repeat pattern, in the corporate colours of Landflex, installed across a double height wall to join the entrance lobby and the lower ground floor via an open plan staircase. Also specified was the requirement that it was easy to clean and maintain hygiene.
This precise RAL colour was back painted onto 12mm toughened, low iron glass panels and a honeycomb design was etched on the back face. A handrail was integrated into the structure, approximately 8 metres long to connect the two floors. The panels were then bonded to a plywood and block wall substrate along with a hand rail being bolted through a number of panels next to the staircase. This system allowed for the easy installation and removal of individual panels.