Partition Room and Purpose Partition Room – Small houses or buildings often become the limits of the flexibility of occupant activity. The solution can use the layout of space layout with the concept of open space that will provide a very high chance of flexibility. This concept explains that with the preparation of space layout that minimize the boundary wall will provide flexibility of space activity inhabitants, but the negative impact of this concept is the privatization of space will be much more open, thus reducing the restriction of public space and private space. The use of partitions as a non-permanent barrier is one simple solution that can solve the problem.
Partition Permanent, which is a room partition created specifically as a space divider and can not be moved unless it is unloaded. Generally this type of partition is made together with structures or building components, such as blend with wall structures or merge with columns, blend with the ceiling or floor frame.
Partition Non-permanent, which is the room partition of size, shape, and model is flexible so easy to move. Partitions of this type can often change the function, once can be turned into a backdrop or just as closing space.
Massive Partition, a partition that serves to cover the display both visually and audio. This type of room partition is used as a space barrier that requires a high degree of privatization.
Transparent Partition, which is room partition that only serves as a limitation of space and audio, but visually connections can still occur. Generally partitions use clear glass materials that allow light or visual views to enter, but minimize space and audio (noise) connections.
Semi Transparent Partition, which is a room partition that combines the principles of massive and transparent. Materials used vary widely can be wood or brick combination. A semi-transparent partition limits space, but still allows for audio or visual connections.