Transwall supplies and installs movable floor-to-ceiling and architectural wall systems that give you the ability to re-imagine how buildings, people, and design work together. Whether you’re creating office space, conference rooms, clinics, educational environments, restaurants, atriums, or show rooms, Transwall’s custom solutions adapt to meet your design requirements. With over 50 years of experience and thousands of satisfied clients, Transwall is confident that our line of movable floor-to-ceiling and architectural wall systems will meet your technical and design specifications.
ONE is the environmentally responsible modular wall system that is both elegant and affordable with a minimalist profile, lightweight aluminum skeleton, and transparent glass. An architectural glass wall and door system, ONE delivers both form and function featuring the luxurious understated look of modern Euro design.
ONE LP glass wall system is the answer when you want a low profile (LP) glass wall system. ONE LP features a streamlined, lower profile, butt-glazed appearance sure to make a design statement and is the perfect blend between full wall system performance and classic front glass office panels.
Silence wall system supports design customization, observance of sustainability objectives, efficiency, comfort, and safety. Silence’s vertical surfaces are created with tempered glass between 10 to 12MM in thickness and is easy to customize with double or single glass panels.
Substantive, functional, transformable, and totally adaptable the ZWall modular office wall system gives you unprecedented durability and flexibility. The intelligent use of steel, glass, and aluminum with substantial gauge materials and built-in transformability make ZWall the superior solution to support the changing needs of your growing business.
ZWall is designed to integrate and change with virtually any hang on or freestanding office furniture system. ZWall is totally adaptable. Glass panels readily transform to fabric or wood. Metal trim can be changed to wood trim, on site, without disturbing existing walls or structural components.