Partitioning Wall System
- Glass partitioning wall from waste glass and discarded wood.
- Country of production:
- Indoor partitioning
- Used thermo glass units
- Wood species
- FSC Certified Discarded pine wood
- Wood finish
- Water-soluble wax
- Module Height
- Module width
- Module thickness
- Installed on site by DEKO
- Rw is espected to be around 32-33 Db
- Coming soon
- Country of manufacture
The Tystø system is unique, as it’s defined by the size of available windows in storage.
Each project is different, as the modules are defined by the width of the window panes and the height is based on client needs.
While specific module widths and partition heights cannot be requested, clients can choose to have all modules have a uniform height or opt for larger windows with fewer segmentations or smaller windows with more.
Spacers are used to make up for any discrepancy in available glass and fill any remaining gap in the client’s project.
The bottom section of the modules is filled in and the horizontal module can be placed anywhere in the partition, but it’s typically placed next to the door opposite the hinges.
Note that the full width of a project can rarely be filled edge to edge with glass.
We will ongoing have various typologies available, with regard to our current stock of IGUs and other glass.
We are always open to sparring about how we can meet your desired look. Contact us here with your specific project.
All of our glazing is reclaimed. This means a few scratches and marks are expected. Our sorting criteria are as follows:
The glass units have to be intact, without visible signs of puncturing, for example, condensation on the inside. A punctured window, however, will not be an issue once it is mounted in the partitioning.
Chipped edges and scratches in the outermost 10mm are accepted since this will be covered by the frame
Up to 10 scratches in the visible part of the window are acceptable, as long as they are thinner than 0.5mm in width and no longer than 5cm
The wood may be more saturated with knots and other aesthetic ‘Defects’ as it is a discarded material.
This has no implication on the quality, it is simply a new aesthetic in the built environment.
Doors are made as a sandwich construction with plywood on either side of the plasterboard and are the system’s only virgin material.
Finishes and treatments
We currently offer two standard water-based wax finishes.
Nude gives the wood a light and classic look. If you like a woody look, this is the one for you.
Black coffee is a very dark brown, almost black finish, which still allows some grain structure to show. An intense and rich colour, perfect for a calm interior.