Green Good Design Award for Partition System Lindner Life Nature
The partition wall system Lindner Life Nature with profiles made of wood has received the Green Good Design Award™. The jury honored the combination of clean design and sustainability: the oak wood for the partition profiles comes from European forests. Fast-growing bamboo absorbs a particularly large amount of CO2 from the air.
Green Good Design Award
The award is presented annually by the "European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies" and the "Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design". The aim of Green Good Design is to bestow international recognition to individuals, companies, organisations, governments, and institutions that have contributed to a healthier and more sustainable universe, together with their products, services, programmes, ideas and concepts. It wants to create public appreciation and awareness of a revolutionary, sustainable approach to design.
Lindner Life Nature partition wall system
The floor-to-ceiling partition wall system Lindner Life Nature creates an open feel and is ideal for use in offices and conference rooms, industrial and workshop spaces, as well as training and research rooms. Despite hygienic spatial separation, a lot of glass allows visual contact and lights up the room. The warm natural material of the connecting profiles ensures CO2 savings compared to conventional aluminium profiles. The renewable raw material used is sustainably produced wood. Since neither glue nor silicone is used during the construction or conversion of the partition wall, the system can be completely dismantled in the event of spatial changes or for reuse elsewhere.
Lindner Life Nature is both DGNB- and LEED-compliant.
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