Lindner Logic 690 Movable Partition Wall. Manufactured by Lindner in Collaboration with Design Ballendat.
The Lindner Logic 690 Movable Wall System Allows Effective, Impromptu Re-Tooling of Office Layouts
The problem that the Lindner Logic 690 partition wall intends to overcome is endemic to workspace from L.A. to Tokyo: how to create multi-use rooms that respond to changing demands while still allowing for a modicum of privacy.
Perhaps I should add to the above, “without making the space look like an assembly line.” The Lindner Logic 690 system is comprised of movable, inter-locking partition walls that simply roll into place, clicking together with the ease and security of a backpack strap.
The walls offer metal perforated and timber elements, as well as an integrated sound absorption feature. This combination makes each and every one of the partition walls in the 690 line aesthetically appealing as well as highly functional—they create impromptu privacy or facilitate large breakout sessions as situations warrant.
Two foot options for Lindner Logic walls offer further flexibility: 360 degree rotating rolling casters get the walls into or out of the desired position while taking up a minimum amount of space; or sliding platforms silently glide across the floor, protecting vulnerable surfaces from scuffs.
Optional features for the Lindner Logic 690 partition walls include mountable organization elements like brochure racks or flat shelving. Lindner offers the Logic 690 partition walls in a variety of finishes.
About the Manufacturer: Lindner is something of an anomaly on the A&D scene. Founded some 50 years ago by Hans Lindner, the company’s objective has always been, “to offer clients the seamless construction of an entire building.” Lately, that objective has expanded, as “Europe’s leading company for interior fit-out, facade construction and insulation engineering,” has branched out into devising interior design solutions as well, such as the Linder Logic 690 Partition Walls, which “combine the advantages of single–room offices and large open-plan offices.”