Teisa’s work for office construction is a wide and specialized section of our catalog. With personalized projects depending on the purpose of the work, and with works in many cities and types of buildings, we adapt to the needs of the workplace. Our portfolio of works is in:
- Glazing partitions
- Wall paneling and suspended ceilings.
- Cabinets and Furniture fan coil covers.
Renowned companies have counted on us to work in their centers. Some like:
Office partitions are elements that allow you to create divisions in open spaces, without the need to build walls, but allowing those spaces to remain equally bright. The demand for this type of interior closings has grown parallel to that of this type of office.
The main function of partitioning partitions is to achieve certain privacy conditions in open spaces, achieving a partial or complete separation of part of the office for holding meetings.
In this case we can see several examples of offices with glass partition walls and access doors integrated in various offices in Madrid (Spain).
Teisa makes all kinds of doors in wood and glass, in all possible finishes, configurations and features: traditional module, torn with or without headboard, hidden frame and flush with coated sheet, sliding, etc … Techniques: fire resistant , acoustic or with both benefits.
In the images you can see work done at Banco Santander Gipuzcoano, Caixa Penedés or at the Italian Chamber of Commerce.
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- FSC flush and sliding doors
- Oregon Pine and Oak FSC wall paneling
- Oregon Pine and Oak FSC suspended Ceiling
- Circular and rectangular pillar lining
- Wall partitions
Office paneling often serves a primary function of decorating the walls and ceilings of the interior of buildings. In some cases it can be used for technical purposes to improve some property of the wall or ceiling: reaction to fire, acoustic insulation or conditioning, thermal insulation, etc. In this case we can see works from:
Curved facing cladding using varnished wooden slats.
Wall and ceiling cladding using sound-absorbing wooden panels, grooved on the exposed side, matching holes on the opposite side and rock wool inside the chamber, with different modulations depending on the required performance.