CARVART to Appear on Office Spaces TV Series

Sept. 14, 2015

Show premieres September 24 on Lifetime.

CARVART, a leading creative solutions company specializing in turnkey architectural glass products will be part of “Designing Spaces” offshoot “Office Spaces” airing on Lifetime Television.

The solutions oriented show reveals the step-by-step transformation of the office space. It will focus on the brands, products, and services that are part of the renovation.

CARVART’s glass partitions in white and blue gradient patterns offer privacy throughout the office space. These Slimline partitions with sliding and swing doors use state of the art patented innovations such as a soft close mechanism and self-closing hydraulic pivots. CARVART’s Cabrillant glass bathroom partition system updates the restrooms. The result of the office makeover will be a virtually new office with a “wow” factor, both aesthetically and functionally. The office space will be designed to stimulate employee collaboration and contribute to the bottom line.

“Office Spaces” will air as a four-part series on Lifetime television and CARVART will be featured in each segment. Kalyn Rothaus, the designer and host will show the process of transforming a cavernous warehouse space into a beautiful, professional, open floor plan filled with light and airy workstations.

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