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For its stunning new headquarters building in Dubai, major investment conglomerate Dubai Holding has created an exemplary office building which is prioritising health and wellbeing in its design and operations. As part of the design the creation of workspaces, which help promote collaboration, communication and wellness, led to the specification of a number of partitioning systems from Optima.
The prestigious, government-owned building in the Umm Suqeim district of Dubai features a workplace which puts sustainability, wellbeing and the agility of the workforce front and centre. The use of full-height glass partitioning was integral to striking the right balance between the open plan layout and enclosed quieter areas, as well as offer unrivalled acoustic control between these spaces.
Optima provided a range of products including its Revolution 100 and Revolution 54 glazing systems to meet the designer’s brief for exceptional aesthetics and outstanding acoustic ratings. Vertical gardens or living green walls brought further visual impact to the offices and will further enhance the wellbeing of staff and visitors.
“The level of detail on this high profile project was second-to-none,” said Philip Luxon, Business Development Manager at Optima. “Delivered to a fast-track deadline, our team had to be flexible and able to work around the clock to meet the project timelines.”
Now complete, Optima’s glazed partitioning has helped deliver on the client’s brief for an inspiring workplace environment that positively influences health and wellness.
Commenting on the project, Edris Al Rafi, CEO of Dubai Holding said: “Building an innovative space that cultivates our staff’s overall happiness is a natural progression of our commitment to ensure our team’s long-term personal sustainability. At Dubai Holding, we understand that our staff’s well-being comprises a more cohesive, productive and efficient business entity, which contributes to creating a healthy and happy nation.”