Minimalistic design using glass and wood
The perfect symbiosis.

System T

Mullion/transom construction

This combination is unique in the partition wall sector. The high-quality stylish optics of the System T in wood mullion/transom construction is achieved using the contrast between the wooden surfaces and flush-fit glazing. The substructure of laminated wood mullions has a visible width of just 35 mm. What makes System T so special is the flush-fit glazing, which is fitted using visible stainless steel clips. Wood – a carbon-neutral building material – emphasises the idea of sustainable architecture

  • Design: Wood mullion/transom construction with flush-fit glazing
  • Implementation: Double glazing 6 – 8 mm toughened glass/laminated glass
  • Element types: All-glass, toplight, balustrade, solid wall
  • Surface: Mullions veneered or painted as desired
  • Wall thickness: 100 mm
  • Visible width of mullions: 35 mm
  • Sound insulation: 41 – 44 dB
  • Doors: Solid doors, all-glass doors, sliding doors
  • Accessories: Wooden absorbers, blinds, flow ducts
  • Partition wall System T - Microsoft centre, Berlin
  • Partition wall System T - DGNB Headquarter, Stuttgart
  • Partition wall System T - Scala, Stuttgart
  • Partition wall System T - Scala, Stuttgart
  • Partition wall System T - Scala , Stuttgart
  • Partition wall System T - Scala, Stuttgart
  • Partition wall System T- mullion/transom construction
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Technical details

The System T can be created in countless variations. Here you will find some solutions and standard details. Your Strähle planning consultant will be pleased to provide you with information on individual solutions suited to your project. Obtain an obligation-free quote in your area.

CAD details you will find at planning tool for architects.

Case studies

This is how our finished solutions look. Inspiration and examples for innovative office designs, implemented with System T partition walls.


Technical documentation and planning examples can be found here.