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product focus Disappearing Act Aria, a minimal and movable wall system by Inscape, provides a see-through solution Rather than confine people within traditional solid walls, Aria by Inscape is a movable wall system that defines private offices, meeting rooms, and other types of spaces within office environments. It provides privacy while maintaining visual transparency, and allows light to penetrate deeper into buildings. Aria is comprised of glass mounted within an extruded aluminum frame system, which is available in natural anodized, matte black, and white finishes. The glazing can be specified as laminated or tempered, and comes in single- or double-glazed formats for enhanced acoustic properties. Available in thicknesses of ⅜ inch and ½ inch, Aria can be customized with floating panels to enhance privacy and create a unique aesthetic. Aria utilizes dry glazing techniques to achieve a clean finish and make joints between the glass panels seemingly disappear. The system 38 is connected vertically with polycarbonate or aluminum profiles. While Aria can form typical rectangular or square enclosures, it can also be installed at variable angles. Special options from Inscape that integrate with the Aria system include full-height storage units, which are accessible from both sides, and solid panels that can be installed in place of glass panels. Solid panels can be specified with different finishes on each side, or with glass inserts. Videoconferencing screens can also be integrated into the panels. Aria will be on view in Inscape's showroom, space 1095, in The Merchandise Mart at NeoCon®. -murrye bernard reader service No. 219 june 2014

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Contract - June 2014

Contract - June 2014
Industry News
Columnist: Financial Management for Firms: Accounting, Billing, and Budgeting
Product Focus: Disappearing Act
Product Focus: Pulling the Wool
NeoCon Preview
Funny or Die
FiftyThree, Inc.
A Steward of History
9/11 Memorial Museum
Designers Select: Seating
Ad Index

Contract - June 2014