Big city styling for open-plan environments with CRL Langle New York Office system

  • 1 Feb 2019

The success of CRL Langle Office XL Partition Systems for double-glazed units has led to the company introducing the Langle New York Office system.

With all the benefits of the Office XL and suitable for 8 to 28mm thick glass, the new system features a matte black frame that adds a modern, city look to any interior design, while still overcoming practical issues surrounding noise and privacy in open-plan offices.

As all profiles are from the same series, the system is connectable via original angle connectors for a flexible partitioning system.

New York Office is simple to install, requiring no special tools or glass cut-out for assembly; simply plug and play.

Installed without notches, the entire system is screwed in and dry-glazed, minimising installation time and making it ideal for fitting retrospectively.

Vertical and horizontal profiles can be positioned as desired, which allows for a versatile design to be created, depending on individual requirements.

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