Clarus Glassboards's communication solution for workspaces

by Leona Liu on Aug 12, 2016 in Interiors , Products
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Offering a range of products, including glass walls and lobby applications, Clarus Glassboards is changing the way that corporations communicate

Spearheading visual communication, Clarus Glassboards product designs offer stylish, modern and minimalist glass dry-erase boards that are transforming the style of communication, allowing designers to individuate spaces with clarity, function and a chic style.

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go! Mobile combines glass excellence with rigid steel construction, resulting in a forward thinking architectural solution. It’s available in an unlimited number of Glassboard surface colors, 10 steel frame finishes and four caster shades.

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Flip, of which both sides can be utilized for a heightened design aesthetic, adds an elegant functionality with a mix of Clarus Boards on one side and acoustical panels with custom prints, patterns and colours on the other side. The multi-functional product assures its panels are made from 100% recycled materials.

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