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We’ve served Fortune 500 companies, schools and universities, municipal customers, hospitals, startups, and everyone in between for the last 12 years. Privacy is needed in nearly every part of our lives, so there is nowhere we don’t try and solve the problem for our customers!

How we shut down our factory to help a school district reopen

Due to new state legislation, one California school district found themselves in a position to bring students back to the classroom, but only if they acted quickly. With a 30 hour deadline to receive product (and a 24 hour drive separating us), we were left with 6 hours to manufacture and ship 400 Splits.

HOW KOUNT BROUGHT FLEXIBILITY TO A 100-YEAR-OLD DOWNTOWN BUILDING

Software giant Kount chose to renovate a 100-year-old downtown Boise building as their future global headquarters. However in keeping growth and flexibility as design priorities, Kount knocked down the interior walls that segmented the historic building and opted for repositionable room dividers to segment their space. By utilizing moveable partitions, Kount ensured their environment would never limit their growth.

How 240 Hitches Made Tulane University Safer

While some departments pursued remote learning, Tulane’s School of Architecture wanted to find a creative way to bring students back into the studio safely. Along with AOS Interior Environments, they turned to our Hitch walls to deliver.

How Custom Walls Made YARD’s Office Flexible

YARD, a New York City advertising agency, discovered during their relocation that there was a major challenge with their new multiuse space; they could not transition the space from an open area to a private meeting space.

How Quick Ship Walls Protected Airline Passengers

To allow their customers to travel abroad safely and avoid quarantining upon arrival, one airline began providing COVID-19 rapid tests for all of their passengers. To accomplish this feat, the airline needed a designated space to queue, test, and hold passengers until they tested negative.

How SheSpace Brought Colorful Division to their Coworking Space

SheSpace, Houston’s premier female-focused coworking space, was intentionally designed for convenience and comfort. Working in a gorgeous, well-organized space can increase your productivity, provide inspiration for your most creative ideas and help you network more effectively.

How S4TS Safely Re-opened with Custom Splits

As a non-profit providing disadvantaged kids with new, correctly fitting shoes and socks, remote work and Zoom meetings weren’t an option for Shoes 4 the Shoeless (S4TS). While they could set up outside and require all volunteers and participants to wear a mask, S4TS needed a way to measure feet, tie laces and care for kids, safely in person.

How Mizzen + Main Designed a Space that Matched Their Brand

Men’s clothing manufacturer, Mizzen + Main, need to enhance their space. After moving to the Dallas design district, they needed an office that matched their aesthetic and reflected their personality as an up-and-comer in men’s fashion. They wanted an office where they could have fun and collaborate, but get work done in private when it was time to get busy.

How a Government Agency Got 1,400 Shields, quickly

To reopen after quarantine, one Pennsylvania government agency needed 1,400 Counter Shields shipped and installed across the state. Fortunately, we were ready.

How Solo Stove Welcomed Employees Back to the Office, Safely

Solo Stove, a premier manufacturer of portable camp stoves and fire pits, was faced with a problem. Their state lockdown was lifting but their office was not prepared for the return of their employees.

How we shut down our factory to help a school district reopen

Due to new state legislation, one California school district found themselves in a position to bring students back to the classroom, but only if they acted quickly. With a 30 hour deadline to receive product (and a 24 hour drive separating us), we were left with 6 hours to manufacture and ship 400 Splits.

HOW KOUNT BROUGHT FLEXIBILITY TO A 100-YEAR-OLD DOWNTOWN BUILDING

Software giant Kount chose to renovate a 100-year-old downtown Boise building as their future global headquarters. However in keeping growth and flexibility as design priorities, Kount knocked down the interior walls that segmented the historic building and opted for repositionable room dividers to segment their space. By utilizing moveable partitions, Kount ensured their environment would never limit their growth.

How 240 Hitches Made Tulane University Safer

While some departments pursued remote learning, Tulane’s School of Architecture wanted to find a creative way to bring students back into the studio safely. Along with AOS Interior Environments, they turned to our Hitch walls to deliver.

How Custom Walls Made YARD’s Office Flexible

YARD, a New York City advertising agency, discovered during their relocation that there was a major challenge with their new multiuse space; they could not transition the space from an open area to a private meeting space.

How Quick Ship Walls Protected Airline Passengers

To allow their customers to travel abroad safely and avoid quarantining upon arrival, one airline began providing COVID-19 rapid tests for all of their passengers. To accomplish this feat, the airline needed a designated space to queue, test, and hold passengers until they tested negative.

How SheSpace Brought Colorful Division to their Coworking Space

SheSpace, Houston’s premier female-focused coworking space, was intentionally designed for convenience and comfort. Working in a gorgeous, well-organized space can increase your productivity, provide inspiration for your most creative ideas and help you network more effectively.

How S4TS Safely Re-opened with Custom Splits

As a non-profit providing disadvantaged kids with new, correctly fitting shoes and socks, remote work and Zoom meetings weren’t an option for Shoes 4 the Shoeless (S4TS). While they could set up outside and require all volunteers and participants to wear a mask, S4TS needed a way to measure feet, tie laces and care for kids, safely in person.

How Mizzen + Main Designed a Space that Matched Their Brand

Men’s clothing manufacturer, Mizzen + Main, need to enhance their space. After moving to the Dallas design district, they needed an office that matched their aesthetic and reflected their personality as an up-and-comer in men’s fashion. They wanted an office where they could have fun and collaborate, but get work done in private when it was time to get busy.

How a Government Agency Got 1,400 Shields, quickly

To reopen after quarantine, one Pennsylvania government agency needed 1,400 Counter Shields shipped and installed across the state. Fortunately, we were ready.

How Solo Stove Welcomed Employees Back to the Office, Safely

Solo Stove, a premier manufacturer of portable camp stoves and fire pits, was faced with a problem. Their state lockdown was lifting but their office was not prepared for the return of their employees.